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People's movements

News / 17th January 2018

Members of the Fight Inequality Alliance will from January 19th to 26th, mobilise across the world to highlight the crisis of rising inequality and demand the end to the age of greed and for a more equal society. The 2018 Week of Action takes place under the theme ‘End the Age of Greed‘ and will be parallel to the annual World Economic Forum, a meeting of the world’s elite in the financial sector.

Article / 15th January 2018

We must develop a new and international progressive movement that takes on the greed and ideology of the billionaire class, and commits itself to tackling structural inequality both between and within nations, writes Bernie Sanders.

Blog / 9th January 2018

Will Iran listen to groups like the IMF or the voice of its people? Unless the country deals with basic economic concerns and inequality, the frustrations will continue to simmer, writes Negin Owliaei.

Article / 24th December 2017

È arrivata l’ora in cui dobbiamo manifestare in milioni non contro questo o quello, ma piuttosto per chi siamo

Article / 23rd December 2017

非商業的な分かち合い主導型の世界を特徴付けるべき新意識を表現するためのユニークな機会を、このクリスマス休暇期間は提供します。派手な消費に時間を費やす代わりに、貧困者を助け環境を癒すための大規模な会合を計画することによってクリスマスを祝いませんか?

Article / 22nd December 2017

A new dedicated website by the P2P Foundation explains the meaning of and relationship between the Commons and peer-to-peer (P2P) frameworks, and details how a growing movement for a commons transition is poised to reinvigorate labor, politics, production, and carework – from both an interpersonal and environmental perspective.

Article / 20th December 2017

The holiday period provides us with a unique opportunity to express the new awareness that must inform a less commercialised and sharing-oriented world. Rather than spending all our time partaking in conspicuous consumption, why don’t we commemorate Christmas by organising massive gatherings for helping the poor and healing the environment?

Blog / 15th December 2017

Innumerable observers have noted that the so-called developed world accounts for a disproportionate share of the world’s resources. Yet even those of us who find global inequality troubling and ultimately indefensible hesitate to raise the subject. Unlike George Orwell, that is, whose support for war-time rationing revealed his motivations towards justice at a global scale, writes Bruce Robbins.

Article / 4th December 2017

Tu ed io costituiamo il sistema stesso che incolpiamo per i problemi del mondo, illustrato chiaramente a Natale quando derubiamo la nostra fragile terra nei negozi del centro in nome di Gesù. Quale modo migliore per celebrare la nascita di Cristo quest’anno che unirsi sotto la bandiera della libertà e della giustizia e dimostrare pacificamente per porre fine alla fame e alla povertà in tutto il mondo.

Article / 7th November 2017

The following article is a resource produced by members of Demand Climate Justice to provide background on the global politics of climate change and the upcoming U.N. negotiations in Bonn.