Welcome to Global Sharing Week

In 2019 global sharing week 540 events took place in 211 cities across 49 counties on every continent. It was the biggest yet. We reached over 100 million people worldwide.

The world is being transformed by sharing. And there's no better time to discover just how much impact it has than Global Sharing Week. Each year in June you can add your sharing event to the Global Sharing Week map and help us shift the focus away from what’s wrong with the world, to what’s right with it. No event is too small, no act of sharing too insignificant. From individuals to corporations, our annual mass engagement campaign is the largest because it celebrates all the wonders of the sharing economy.

2019 Called on Sharing Can Change the World

Sharing has the power to change the world, it can transform the economy and society at large. By enabling people to come together, to access shared resources and promote the benefits of swapping, borrowing, collaborating and sharing, we can unlock our unlimited sharing potential and build a more connected, happier, healthier, sustainable society.

Global sharing week 2019 took place between June 16th and 22nd. You can see what happened on our global map below.

What Happened in Global Sharing Week?

540 registered events ranged from Pop-up Market, Share The Kindness in Singapore, Speed Clean-up in Austria, Community Fun Day, Cloth Swap Party in Australia, Story Sharing Picnic in Columbia, Planet Earth Sharing in Argentina, Youth Empowerment in Nigeria, Meet and Swap in Egypt, The Big Share in United Kingdom, Makers Party in United States, Spoon Share in Thailand, The Utopian Sharing Dinner in Netherlands, Ideas Sharing in South Africa. It was a week to remember.

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536 registered events.
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2nd Floor, Castle Mall, Norwich, NR1 3DD
Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue, 6 Lansdowne Road, Hove
Liminal Village
Virtual - On the Aqqaint Mobile App
59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
NatWest Accelerator (RocketSpace)
Pro Arts Gallery & COMMONS 150 Frank H Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA 94612
Rm 124, Ricefield Arts Library Room, Baltic Chambers
Wensum Sports Centre, King St, Norwich
VinziShop, Erdbergstrasse 81, 1030 Vienna
Inner West Tool Library, in the garage under the Petersham Bowling Club
The Hanover Centre
Hyde Park: Opposite the Serpentine Bar & Restaurant
Café Glee, The Glee Club, Castle Wharf, British Waterways Building, Canal St, Nottingham NG1 7EH
Hove lawns, opposite Adelaide crescent, bn3 2pe
The Ardvarney Country Lodge and The Cottage Garden Dromahair
The Edinburgh Remakery, 127 Leith Walk, Edinburgh
2nd Floor, Castle Mall, Norwich, NR1 3DD
The Level, Brighton, UK