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Article / 2nd June 2015

In this latest editorial we’re highlighting some of the various ways in which a call for sharing is being expressed in the field of international development, especially in relation to calls for more and better overseas aid.

Blog / 22nd May 2015

A radical new initiative has recently been launched that could potentially break the impasse in climate change negotiations by catalysing a global civil society movement that claims collective property rights over the atmosphere.​

Blog / 21st May 2015

If we agree on the goal for a more equal world, then we must stop pursuing endless economic growth and start sharing what we actually have, which will make all our lives better.

Article / 12th May 2015
21世紀における人類にとっての主要な霊的レッスンは、富、技術、技能、そして知識のより公平な分かち合いが公正で平和な世界秩序の根本的基盤であるというこの明らかな真実を、国際関係の構造の中で実現することがこれまでどのように困難であったにしても、これ以上シンプルで緊急なものはあり得ないということです。
Article / 12th May 2015

The major spiritual lesson for humanity in the twenty-first century could not be simpler or more urgent, however difficult it has been to realise this obvious truth in our structures of international relationship: that a more equitable sharing of wealth, technology, skills and knowledge is the fundamental basis of a just and peaceful world order.

Blog / 8th May 2015

During a recent workshop held in Eugene (Oregon, USA), a number of policy experts met to research and explore actions that cities can take to promote sustainable consumption and well-being at the municipal level.

Blog / 6th May 2015

A new report calling for a ‘restorative economy’ seeks to stimulate a much needed debate about how we can create a fairer, more sharing-oriented society in the UK and globally. Launched as part of Tearfund’s Ordinary Heroes campaign, the report advocates for a drastic change in economic direction if a decent standard of living is to be extended to everyone on the planet, as well as future generations.

Article / 20th April 2015

What does it actually mean ‘to share’? This might seem like an obvious question, but the concept of sharing is increasingly being debated, discussed and redefined in our modern age of rapid technological change and planetary crises.

Article / 18th March 2015

It’s time to broaden the debate on how to fund a universal basic income by including options for sharing resource rents, which is a model that can be applied internationally to reform unjust economic systems, reduce extreme poverty and protect the global commons.

Blog / 3rd March 2015

At a time when inequality is on the rise and nations are failing to reduce global carbon emissions, what does the future hold for the sharing economy movement unless it mobilises to reform government policies that are the root cause of climate change and socio-economic exclusion?