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Report / 17th June 2014

In an increasingly unequal and unsustainable world, governments must urgently move beyond the restrictive political and economic ideologies of the past and embrace solutions that meet the common needs of people in all countries. This primer outlines the extent of the interconnected global crises we face, and points the way towards an alternative approach to managing the world’s resources based upon international cooperation and economic sharing.

Article / 1st November 2013

Se ci interessa mettere fine al perenne crimine della fame nel mezzo dell'abbondanza, non possiamo limitare le nostre azioni al livello del nostro paese o communità. Invece, dobbiamo pensare alla condivisione del cibo in termini globali e soprattutto in relazione alle politiche per mettere fine alla fame.

Article / 9th August 2013

If we are concerned about stopping the enduring crime of starvation amidst plenty, we cannot restrict our actions to the level of our own country or community. We should rather think about sharing food in global terms and, above all, in relation to the politics of ending hunger.

Article / 2nd June 2013

The idea of sharing food has taken root in recent years as a response to our broken food systems, but does it make sense to talk about food sharing on a global basis? Perhaps it does, as long as we advocate a true form of economic sharing that addresses the power structures and politics underlying our unjust globalised food economy.

Article / 13th May 2013

The social, environmental and economic crises that continue to reap havoc across the globe provide a critical opportunity for ordinary people to demand economic reform and political transformation, say STWR in an interview with John Habets & Henk Gloudemans.