FairShare International (FSI) is about actively working towards a world in which everyone on the planet can benefit from the good things in life. This is a chance for you to be part of the change you want to see in the world!

FSI provides a formula for ethical living to create a sustainable world with strong communities where financial wealth is more equitably shared. The FairShare community uses the formula to plan action and evaluate personal progress. Here's how it works:

5.   Lessen the gulf between rich and poor by redistributing 5% of your personal wealth

10. Protect the Earth for future generations by reducing your use of resources by 10% each year until you can do no more

5.   Build community by contributing 5% of your leisure time to direct, face-to-face assistance where your help is needed

10. Promote a fair and democratic global societyby taking ten significant actions each year


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FairShare International - living more simply so that others can simply live

Recent Meetups

  • February 25, 2013 · 11:15 PM

    Parramatta Homelessnesss Street Count

    2 Community Members

    On the night of Monday 25th February 2013, the fourth Parramatta Street Count will be conducted to determine the number of people sleeping rough in the Parramatta Local... Learn more
  • October 8, 2012 · 6:30 PM

    Amnesty's Death Penalty Forum

    8 Community Members | 5.00 5.002

    To commemorate the 'World Day Against the Death Penalty', one of Amnesty International Australia's action groups ha organised a panel discussion on capital punishment.... Learn more
  • November 15, 2011 · 6:00 PM

    Red Carpet Premier of Thirst

    2 Community Members

    Western Sydneysiders, the Institute for Sustainable Futures and Australian Documentaries are proud to announce the screening of Thirst, a documentary about water and... Learn more
  • September 28, 2011 · 6:00 PM

    UTSpeaks: Progress or procrastination?

    2 Community Members

    NOTE - You will need to get tickets through this website: http://newsroom.uts.edu.au/events/2011/09/utspeaks-progress-or-procrastination Can Australia lead the way with... Learn more
  • September 3, 2011 · 3:00 PM

    The Great Book Swap

    30 Community Members | 5.00 5.001

    Can you imagine going through life with the literacy skills of a six-year old? Sadly, this is a reality for many Indigenous Australians living in remote communities in... Learn more
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    Sean F.
    "I'm interested in sustainability and social change."
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    Kate S.
    "Hi I'm Kate a current university student working towards a degree in politics and international relations."
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    "Hi I'm Erika from Italy"
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    Heather M.
    "Interested in Oxfam, Effective altruism, Giving What We Can, Kiva microcredit - an original FSI member from years ago."
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    "I want to do my part!"
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    "my names is Diane. I am a midwife working in the inner west. I am also a Lactation consultant living in Bondi."

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