3. Transition to a social, equitable and sustainable economy

3. Transition to a social, equitable and sustainable economy in order to:
- Drastically revise the economic system and lifestyle, and replace misleading
economic indicators.
- Stop land grabbing and the seizing of natural resources, as well as the
concentration of wealth, property and power, applying the principle of “Those
who have more or earn more, contribute more.”
- Guarantee the right to dignified work*, to a basic income and a decent living as
this is a human right.
- Abandon the “development aid” policies that have become a way of exploiting
people and resources, and establish global cooperation and exchange systems
based on solidarity.
- Replace unrestricted competition with cooperation and self-management and
promote the “relocalization” of production and services.
*Here used instead of “decent work”. Certain cultural contexts may require a modification of certain
concepts.