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Latest posts from Share The World's Resources

Read below the most recent content from STWR that includes our editorials, articles, book publications and events. Additional guest content can be viewed by clicking 'latest posts' on the main menu above. To keep informed of our activities, please sign up to our newsletter here

Article / 7th February 2017

Is it a viable prospect to create a direct mechanism for transferring a universal basic income to all the world’s people? Not before we bring about a huge united voice of ordinary citizens in favour of sharing the world’s resources to end hunger and life-threatening poverty once and for all, argues STWR.​

Article / 22nd December 2016

As the world situation continues to deteriorate, there is every hope that 2017 will see a critical new actor emerge on the international stage: a colossal movement of massed goodwill that demands an emergency response from governments to life-threatening poverty and hunger.

Article / 19th December 2016

Vincent Lassalle is a political researcher who is currently undertaking a 9 month long study focused on the question of post-industrial transition. During his recent time in London, UK, he visited STWR to learn more about our work and perspectives on international economic sharing as central to the process of global transformation.

Article / 12th December 2016

La verdadera economía del compartir representa el fin de los viejos modos definidos por la búsqueda del lucro y el interés propio competitivo, mientras que una nueva era de compartir y cooperación intergubernamentales sólo puede comenzar a través del canal de acabar con el hambre en un mundo que tiene tanta abundancia de capital financiero y recursos disponibles. 

Article / 7th December 2016

COP22 again highlighted the mismatch between illusive policymaking and the stark reality of global warming. As always, it was left to civil society groups to uphold a vision of global cooperation and economic sharing as the only path towards a sustainable future.

Report / 10th November 2016

The true sharing economy represents the end of the old ways defined by the pursuit of profit and competitive self-interest, while a new age of intergovernmental sharing and cooperation can only begin through the channel of ending hunger in a world that has such an abundance of financial capital and available resources. 

Article / 5th November 2016

A binding treaty to regulate the activities of corporations could provide a vital counterpoint to controversial free trade and investment agreements, with potentially radical implications for a new international political, economic and legal order.​

Article / 27th September 2016

Much has been made of the basic unfairness in how responsibility is shared between nations for ameliorating the refugee crisis. But the real question is the level of economic sharing that is needed to deal with its root causes, when the international response continues to be woefully inadequate.

Report / 5th September 2016

Po tako številnih letih politične neaktivnosti lahko revščino v svetu obilja izkorenini samo množični izraz volje do dobrega navadnih ljudi na množičnih in nenehnih protestih v vseh državah sveta. Pojdimo torej po poti najmanjšega odpora in skupaj razglasimo že dolgo dogovorjene človekove pravice iz 25. člena Splošne deklaracije človekovih pravic.

Blog / 23rd August 2016

Only when public conscience is sufficiently awakened to the critical needs of others, only when a huge swathe of the populace is standing up for the basic rights of the poorest among us – only then can we talk of a humanity that shares in any meaningful sense of the word.

Report / 24th June 2016

The following interview with STWR’s founder, Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi, examines both the contemporary political and profounder spiritual implications of sharing the world’s resources in relation to the escalating climate emergency.

Article / 16th June 2016

A new report by leading sustainability experts has reaffirmed the case for a paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological systems – fundamental to which is a call for redistributing power back into the hands of those who feed the world.

Article / 5th May 2016

As part of STWR’s ‘global call for sharing’ campaign, we are periodically highlighting the growing public debate on the need for wealth, power and resources to be shared more equitably both within countries and internationally.

News / 3rd May 2016

Unlike many politicians and business leaders, children as young as seven are quick to recognise that the principle of sharing holds the key to addressing pressing global issues such as poverty and inequality – and that governments should put these concerns at the very top of their agendas.

Article / 2nd February 2016

As part of STWR’s ‘global call for sharing’ campaign, we periodically highlight the growing public debate on the need for wealth, power and resources to be shared more equitably both within countries and internationally.

Blog / 31st December 2015

STWR's December 2015 newsletter highlights our most recent articles and blogs, and notes how the emerging debate on the need for more effective forms of economic sharing is more visible than ever, especially in the face of pressing international crises such as climate change.

Article / 29th July 2015

Wenn es uns ein Anliegen ist, die andauernde, und auch kriminelle Hungersnot in einer Welt des Überflusses zu beenden,  können wir unser Handeln nicht nur auf unser Land oder unsere Gemeinde beschränken. Stattdessen sollten wir das Teilen der Nahrungsmittel auf einer globalen Ebene ins Auge fassen, vor allem hinsichtlich einer Politik, den Hunger abzuschaffen, sagt Mohammed Mesbahi

Article / 1st July 2015

Es ist an der Zeit, dass Amerika seine Werte durch eine umfassendere und spirituelle Vision, auf der Grundlage einer gerechten Verteilung der Ressourcen der Welt, eiligst verwandelt. 

Article / 8th May 2015

Die Zeit ist gekommen, wo Millionen von uns demonstrieren müssen, und zwar nicht gegen dieses oder jenes, sondern wer wir sind.

Article / 2nd February 2015
 Die größte Gefahr in der heutigen Welt ist nicht die Kommerzialisierung an sich, sondern unsere ständige Identifikation mit ihrer inneren und äußeren Manifestation, da sie die menschliche Intelligenz in die Gegenrichtung von Natur und spiritueller Evolution leitet.