Links Apr 25

Tell Luxembourg: Don’t jail whistleblower “heroes” Global Alliance for Tax Justice
See the article for support websites for whistleblower Antoine Deltour and French journalist Edouard Perrin. In our April 2016 Podcast, we ask why protections for whistleblowers are being eroded and what it says about the state of our democracy.

Former PwC employees face trial over role in LuxLeaks scandal The Guardian

Luxembourg trial an affront to journalism, whistleblowers ICIJ

Want to beat climate change and achieve sustainability? Try paying your taxes The Guardian

From the annals of eurobond tax evasion history FT Alphaville

#TaxTour of Europe Global Alliance for Tax Justice
Street actions and discussions, with tax justice activists from Nigeria, Argentina, Zambia, Kenya and Brazil.

Africa: Tax justice training academy 2016 Global Alliance for Tax Justice

The Panama Papers effect on Pakistan Business Standard

Seychelles says helping worldwide probe into Malaysia’s 1MDB fund Reuters

The EU’s tax haven list is likely to be another whitewash Tax Research UK

Australia: Senate tax avoidance report missing vital reforms, says Tax Justice Network The Guardian

Ireland listed alongside ‘known money laundering havens’ – U.S. justice agency RTE

Forget Panama: Why Corporations And The Rich Love US Tax Havens MintPress News

Global Witness – UK Government launches new plan to crack down on corruption: our analysis




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