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A full list of STWR's publications as well as related news, articles and blogs can be found below. You can filter the content using the 'category' or 'topics' links in the menu on the left. 

Article / 22nd October 2014

In this ongoing series of studies by STWR’s founder, Mohammed Sofian Mesbahi, he investigates the meaning and significance of the principle of sharing from spiritual and psychological as well as social, economic and political perspectives.

Article / 8th August 2014

Če smo zainteresirani, da zaustavimo trajno kriminalno ravnanje, ki sredi obilja povzroča stradanje, svojih aktivnosti ne smemo omejiti samo na raven svoje lastne države ali lokalne skupnosti. Rajši razmišljajmo o medsebojni delitvi hrane na globalni ravni in, pred vsem drugim, v povezavi s politiko dokončnega izkoreninjenja lakote.

Article / 15th July 2014

TTIP is the latest bid to capture policymaking by the profit-making interests of the 1%, with dire implications for anyone who upholds a vision of a more equitable and sustainable economic order. But campaign groups and activists are working hard to expose this trade agreement for what it is, and to build an overarching global movement that can prevent this massive transfer of power to transnational corporations.

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 / 28th January 2014

As the influence of multinational corporations over public policy continues unabated, the key challenge for those campaigning for social and environmental justice is how to redistribute political power back into the hands of ordinary people.