Too much of the world’s wealth is held by an extremely small percentage of the population, leading to social and financial inequality. In order for all nations to grow, become sufficient and prosper, it is necessary that there are equal opportunities for all. Estimates show that about 8 men own more than half the wealth of the entire world. The very design of our economy and economic principles have taken us to a point of extreme unsustainability and inequality. A world economy should work for the people, not the top percentile. Valuing the environment, implementing fair taxation laws, recognizing equal gender rights and working in the interest of labour workers or producers are central to a human economy.