STWR joined a diverse group of academics, activists and business people at the first ever international conference on steady state economics held in Leeds. The event was an inspiring and important step forward for a burgeoning movement questioning limitless economic growth, writes Anna White.
On Saturday 26th June, Share The World’s Resources (STWR) will be joining The Human Culture Collective and others for an evening of music and campaigning at Cargo, London. Please come and join us for a drink, meet the team and enjoy a night of exclusive entertainment.
Food reserves are a valuable tool in addressing the structural causes of hunger. In a joint letter with concerned civil society groups worldwide, STWR calls on governments and institutions to put the issue of reserves at the centre of their policy considerations.
The world urgently needs a more democratic international decision-making forum to promote an equitable sustainable economic recovery. STWR joins with civil society groups from around the world to call for greater inclusion and transparency in global governance.
Share The World’s Resources convened a book launch and panel
discussion on slum growth and urban poverty in the Global South, held on
Wednesday 24 February at the Amnesty International UK headquarters in London.
Press release: Share The World's Resources will be hosting a panel discussion on Wednesday 24th February 2010 at the Human Rights
Action Centre, Amnesty International, London, EC2A 3EA, 18:30 – 20.00,
followed by a drinks reception.
As G7 finance ministers gather in Iqaluit, Canada, to discuss reforming the global financial system, STWR joins campaigners from around the world in demanding that the IMF immediately and unconditionally cancel Haiti’s debt.
Share The World’s Resources and the British Film Institute screened the UK premier of ‘The End of Poverty?’ on 12th December 2009 at BFI Southbank, London. The film was followed by a lively panel discussion and Q&A session with leading voices on world poverty.