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People's movements

Report / 13th June 2019

多面的な世界規模の緊急事態に対する国民の意識が高まる中、STWRは、持続可能な未来に向けた唯一の実行可能な道として国際経済の分かち合いを促進する取り組みにおいて、2018年を通じて継続してきました。

Blog / 28th May 2019

Many notable activists and celebrities are calling for a global climate strike on 20 September. Disrupting our normal lives is the only way to secure our future, says Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben and others.

Article / 23rd May 2019

Nonviolent protests are twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts – and those engaging a threshold of 3.5% of the population have never failed to bring about change, writes David Robson.

Report / 9th May 2019

As public awareness grows of a multifaceted global emergency, STWR has persisted throughout 2018 in its efforts to promote international economic sharing as the only viable path towards a sustainable future. 

Blog / 2nd May 2019

We're in a new climate moment, but social movements must ramp up pressure towards a Second World War–scale mobilization for ending the fossil fuel age, writes Bill McKibben. 

Blog / 25th April 2019

Every day at work we all contribute to a system that is burning us alive. Downing tools on 27 September will help change it, writes McEver Dugan and Evan Cholerton from Earth Strike.

Article / 9th April 2019

Dopo così tanti anni di inazione politica, solo la buona volontà collettiva della gente comune può portare alla fine della povertà in un mondo d’abbondanza attraverso continue proteste di massa in tutti i paesi. 

Blog / 11th March 2019

In a speech given at the UN Climate Change Conference in Poland (COP24), 15-year-old Greta Thunberg cuts to the heart of the challenge and calls for the principle of equity to be upheld through structural transformations and sharing the world's resources.

Article / 8th March 2019

At long last the political debate in the world’s richest country is vibrant with proposals that would help the most vulnerable in our society. And what do we hear in response? A growing chorus of naysayers.

Blog / 9th February 2019

STWR teamed up with Cambridge University Amnesty International and the Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme to outline the case for achieving the UN's longstanding vision of "better standards of life" for all.