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An economy of life briefing

An economy of life: How transforming the economy can tackle inequalities, bring climate justice and build a sustainable future Our vision is that global institutions genuinely represent and are accountable to the interests of everyone, not just the rich and powerful. This means confronting the institutional structures, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF), cultural norms and power imbalances that work together to maintain the status quo. We need to look for new expressions of economic life. Measures of economic growth overlook human and environmental wellbeing. It is time re-evaluate. This briefing challenges the World Bank and IMF to be part of this change and to become of a progressive and positive force in an economic future that leaves no one behind and is beneficial for nature and the climate.

World Bank & IMF briefings

Read our briefing papers ahead of the World Bank Group's 2019 Spring Meetings The Big Shift Needed for Climate Justice A Just Global Economy Leave No One Behind? From Violence to Peace

Art of peace - teachers' notes

Age: 16+ (sixth form) Subject areas: Art, geography These notes are designed to help teachers run a sixth form workshop on the art of peace.

Paper bag game discussion

Age: 9+ / Youth group (11-18) This resource encourages discussion after playing the paper bag game. It also include suggested activities for Religious Education (RE) lessons. 

The paper bag game: further reading

Age: 9+ / Youth group (11-18) Background information for leaders about working children.

How to play the paper bag game

Age: 9+ / Youth group (11-18) Teacher instructions on how to play the paper bag game.

The paper bag game introduction

Age: 9+ / Youth group (11-18) Instructions on how to play the paper bag game.

Time for tax: a workshop on tax justice

Age: 16+ / Sixth form / Youth group (11-18) A workshop for students aged 16 and over to increase awareness of the role taxation plays in helping governments provide essential services, to explore the economic and social consequences of tax dodging, and to engage with Christian Aid's campaign for tax justice.