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One united humanity. One shared ecosystem. Stronger together.


The pandemic showed us how the world is broken.


We’re building a movement to fix it.

The pandemic has exposed how the world’s nations have failed to meet our common global threats. This failure stems from our inability to act in ways that recognize humanity’s deep interdependence. What affects one of us, eventually affects all of us. From pandemics, to climate change, to systemic poverty, our fates are bound together.

The solution: Interdependence

OneShared.World’s mission is to harness the power of collective action to solve our greatest common challenges. We are mobilizing individuals, governments and institutions to embrace interdependence as an act of global self-preservation.

OneShared.World began during the early days of the pandemic, when hundreds of people from around the world came together to draft the Declaration of Interdependence. Since our launch last May, we have grown into a broad and inclusive movement of people from 112 countries across the planet. We have initiated global campaigns around public health and vulnerable populations, organized a global interdependence summit, and built an incredible youth-driven organizing team, with much more to come.

We invite you to learn more about who we are, how we began, and more about our mission. Or get started now by signing the Pledge of Interdependence.

One united humanity. One shared ecosystem. Stronger together.

OneShared.World Founder and Chair Jamie Metzl interview from last May

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