Sustainable Common Security
- revitalize idealism, a ‘one-world’ perspective and work for a better world;
- clarify the links between insecurity, the climate crisis, capitalism, militarism and inequality;
- build solidarity and cooperation toward a movement of movements;
- challenge constant preparation for more war as the central approach to national security;
- develop viable, sustainable policy options for peace and conflict, human rights and socio-economic justice, disarmament and development, military transformation and economic conversion, with a priority accorded to a global peace system and, arguably most important;
- encourage the substantive system shifts and transformations now needed.
As such, sustainable common security is also intended to be an organizing principle for a more just and secure world.
(Project Save the World, July 2019)
Social movements and states shall prioritize Sustainable Common Security to address shared global challenges… Read more