Share the PieEdit

In some cultures redistribution of wealth and resources is part of the economy and of tradition. The potlatch and other ritual and festive means of sharing wealth build collective security and reduce conflict.  Sharing good fortune and hardship across the community generates a healthy sense of shared destiny. 

Instead of assuming that the pie will grow forever and lead to prosperity for all. If existing levels of inequality between top and bottom persist, the pie will never be big enough to end poverty.

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Share The World’s Resources (STWR) campaigns to strengthen and scale up the sharing economy in all its forms. We advocate for an international program of emergency relief to prevent life-threatening deprivation and end poverty-related deaths as a foremost global priority. We also call for extensive reforms to the world economy to ensure a fairer sharing of wealth, power and resources within and between nations.

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