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People's movements

Report / 15th September 2022

As the year 2021 began, the need for sharing global resources was unprecedented. Read more about STWR's activities in 2021 and our future plans.

Blog / 2nd September 2022

50 years ago, the report ‘The Limits of Growth’ was published — and its scenarios turned out surprisingly accurate. But we can still change course, writes Jayati Ghosh

Blog / 25th August 2022

Change will come, and can only come from committed people mobilizing in common cause as a powerful social movement, writes David Korten.

Blog / 15th August 2022

Millions of lives are at stake and the world’s most vulnerable do not have the luxury of time, write Abdulla Shahid and Gabriel Ferrero de Loma-Osorio.

Blog / 5th August 2022

The real solution to the threat of nuclear war is in plain sight, but still the powerful weapons makers and war profiteers refuse to yield. By Marcy Winogra and Medea Benjamin for Common Dreams.

Report / 3rd August 2022

Ekonomija delitve pomeni konec starih načinov, ki jih opredeljujejo tekmovalni sebični interesi in hlastanje po dobičku, nova doba meddržavne delitve in sodelovanja pa se bo začela šele s končanjem lakote v svetu, ki ima tako obilo finančnega kapitala in razpoložljivih virov. 

Blog / 24th June 2022

Tens of thousands of people joined the Mass Poor People's and Low-Wage Workers' Assembly and Moral March on Washington and to the Polls on June 18. 

Blog / 10th June 2022

How long can billionaires continue to amass wealth while the world's poorest struggle to buy food? By Paul Rogers for Common Dreams.

News / 12th April 2022

After wrapping up a worldwide civil disobedience campaign to call for a "climate revolution," scientists have pledged to keep fighting for the ambitious action they warn is necessary to prevent the most catastrophic impacts of the fossil-fueled global emergency.

Article / 25th February 2022

Join eighteen organisations and key individuals working in the global justice sector across nineteen countries in ditching the word “aid” and replacing it with more accurate alternatives in our communications.