Se ci interessa mettere fine al perenne crimine dell'inedia nel mezzo dell'abbondanza, non possiamo limitare le nostre azioni al livello del nostro proprio paese o communità. Invece, dobbiamo pensare al spartimento del cibo in termini globali e sopratutto in relazione alle politiche per mettere fine alla fame, dice Mohammed Mesbahi.
the 11th annual conference of the Globalisation for the Common Good
Initiative (GCGI) held at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, STWR
hosted a panel on the theme ‘Making the Shift: Towards a Global Sharing Economy’.
The presentations and Q&A session can be listened to below, with further resources.
following article is based on a talk given at the 11th international conference
of the Globalisation for the Common Good (GCGI), held at the Cité Universitaire
Internationale in Paris under the theme: "Imagining a Better World: An
Intergenerational Dialogue for the Common Good to Inspire a Creative
If we are concerned about stopping the enduring crime of starvation amidst plenty, we cannot restrict our actions to the level of our own country or community. We should rather think about sharing food in global terms and, above all, in relation to the politics of ending hunger, says Mohammed Mesbahi.
The following presentation was given at The International Union for Land
Value Taxation (theIU.org) conference on 25th July 2013, held at The School of
Economic Science in London. The theme of the day was 'Sharing the
Commons', hosted as part of a 5-day conference under the heading:
'Economics for Conscious Evolution'.
As the concept of sharing slowly begins to grip the public consciousness,
there are many questions that arise about
the meaning and relevance of this simple concept for political and
economic reform. Here is a brief overview of some of the main queries -
and misconceptions - that often arise in discussions on economic
As a new era of mass public protestgrows in response to social, economic and political injustice across the world, STWR's July newsletter highlights some of our recent publications that advocate for global economic sharing to become a common platform of the emerging people's voice.
In a presentation given at the School of Economic Science’s annual colloquium, STWR outlined why the principle of sharing – as practiced in families and communities since the dawn of civilisation – should be placed at the forefront of policymaking in order to address the social, environmental and security crises that humanity now faces.
Share The World's Resources was interviewed on VoiceAmerica talk radio about the reasons for founding the organisation, what economic sharing means, and the practical application of sharing as a solution to the interlocking crises facing humanity. Hosted by Audrey E. Kitagawa on the weekly show Our Sacred Journey.
Few people within the sharing economy movement are considering the
application of this important concept to the most pressing global issues of our time. So
it’s very encouraging to see an article that asks if sharing can solve global hunger – although a comprehensive answer deserves much more
research, insight and consideration.