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Studies on the principle of sharing 

A series of books and articles by STWR’s founder Mohammed Sofiane Mesbahi examine the holistic meaning of the principle of sharing. 
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Latest posts from STWR

Latest posts from STWR

View the most recent posts from STWR that includes our editorials, articles, book publications, events and other activities.  
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Join our campaigns for Article 25

Join our campaigns for Article 25

Find out about how you can get involved in campaigning for a historic mass movement for achieving Article 25 beyond borders! 
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Introductory web pages

Latest posts from STWR

The following web pages provide an easily-digestible introduction to the 'what?', 'why?' and 'how?' of sharing the world's resources.
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Sign the global call for sharing

Sign the global call for sharing

Add your voice to the growing demand for a fairer sharing of wealth and resources within and between countries.
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Order book publications

Order book publications

Browse the printed editions of STWR's key reports and publications available to be purchased online from our bookstore.
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Latest posts

News / 15th June 2021

G7 leaders have rejected pleas to find billions of pounds to end Covid jab shortages in poor countries, despite Boris Johnson making a plan to "vaccinate the world" his aim for the Cornwall summit.

News / 14th June 2021

Green groups say a lack of fresh finance to help developing countries adopt renewable energy and adapt to a warmer planet threatens key climate talks in November.

Blog / 14th June 2021

How the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order - by Nick Dearden for the New Internationalist.

Blog / 11th June 2021

Leading Astronauts from the USA, Japan and South Korea have joined forces in a new short film targeting G7 leaders, who meet this weekend in Cornwall, UK.

News / 9th June 2021

The world’s richest countries have finally agreed in principle to the idea of a global minimum corporate tax rate—a step that could signal a conclusion to a debate that has been raging for nearly a decade.

Blog / 9th June 2021

If aid is to meaningfully tackle poverty, it can’t just be about charity. Instead, it should be about redistributing the world’s resources and dismantling the power structures that maintain global inequality, writes Aisha Dodwell.

“The time has come when we must demonstrate in our millions not against this or that, but on the basis of the goodwill and compassion that defines who we truly are”— Mohammed Mesbahi