Women and Tax Justice at Beijing+20: Registration Open

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Registration is open for the Queen’s University
Feminist Legal Studies International Women’s Day conference

Women and Tax Justice at Beijing+20: Taxing and Budgeting for Sex Equality
Mar. 6 from noon through dinner
Mar. 7 from 9 am to 5 pm

To register email Melissa.Howlett@queensu.ca

Keynote lecture:
Dr. Attiya Waris, School of Law, University of Nairobi, Kenya;
Faculty of Law, National University of Rwanda, and
Queen’s University Principal’s Development Fund International Visitor –
‘Rights of Women and Taxation: Developing Country Perspectives’

For the complete program see: Programme – Women and Tax Justice at Beijing+20.

Sponsored by Feminist Legal Studies Queen’s, Women for Tax Justice,
FemTax International, Canadians for Tax Fairness, Faculty of Law,
Queen’s University, and SSHRC


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