Our December 2016 Spanish language Tax Justice Podcast: Justicia ImPositiva, nuestro podcast de diciembre 2016

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Welcome to this month’s podcast and radio programme in Spanish with Marcelo Justo and Marta Nunez, downloaded and broadcast on radio networks across Latin America and Spain. ¡Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a nuestro podcast y programa radiofonica! (abajo en castellano). This month:

In this December 2016 programme we ask if 2016 was a step forward or a step back in the fight against tax havens? Whatever became of the Panama Papers that shook the world in April? Also, we look at:

  • the initiatives against tax evasion in Ecuador, Bolivia, in Spain and the rest of the European Union

  • the judicial investigation against President Mauricio Macri in Argentina

  • the recovery of millions of dollars in Mexico and Colombia and the debate in Chile, Peru and Uruguay, plus the dilemmas facing Central America, the region with the greatest levels of tax evasion in Latin America.

Featuring: From New York James Henry, author of “The Offshore World” and Professor at Columbia University. From Lima, Peru Carlos Bedoya, director of the Latin American Network on Debt, Development and Rights (Latindadd). From Neuquén, the Argentinian opposition deputy Darío Martínez. From Quito, Pablo Iturralde, director of CEDES, the Center for Economic and Social Development of Ecuador. From Guatemala City, Abelardo Medina, director of the Central American Institute of Fiscal Studies, ICEFI. From Mexico City, Adán Rivera, member of the Association of Industrial Transformation. From Brussels, Veronica Grondona, advisor to the European Parliament’s commission on the Panama Papers. From Madrid, MigueL Alba Ruiz Morales of OXFAM. And from Buenos Aires, tax specialist Jorge Gaggero, founding member of the Tax Justice Network in Latin America.

Produced and presented for the Tax Justice Network by Marcelo Justo and Mart Nunez, coordinated by Naomi Fowler.

Coming up next in the January 2017 programme: What’s facing us in 2017 with President Donald Trump, the European political crisis and uncertainty over China? What’s next in the fight against tax havens? Will we see more Panama Papers and ‘Football leaks’? What can civil society do? What can be done at the political level by unions, a political parties, civil society, municipalities, governments, nations and supranational blocs to tackle financial secrecy, tax evasion and increase social and infrastructure spending?

En este programa de fin de año ¿fue 2016 un paso adelante o un paso atrás en la lucha contra los paraísos fiscales? ¿Qué queda de los Panama Papers que hicieron temblar al mundo en abril?  Examinamos las iniciativas contra la evasión fiscal en Ecuador, Bolivia, España y el resto de la Unión Europea, la investigación judicial contra el presidente Mauricio Macri en Argentina, la recuperación de millones de dólares en Mexico y Colombia, el debate en Chile, Perú y Uruguay y los dilemas de Centro América, la subregión con mayor evasión fiscal en América Latina.

INVITADOS: Desde Nueva York James Henry, autor de “El mundo offshore” y profesor la Universidad de Columbia. Desde Lima, Carlos Bedoya, director de la Red Latinoamericana sobre Deuda, Desarrollo y Derechos (Latindadd). Desde Neuquén, el Diputado opositor argentino Darío Martínez. Desde Quito, Pablo Iturralde, director de CEDES, el Centro de Desarrollo Economico y Social de Ecuador. Desde Ciudad de Guatemala, Abelardo Medina, director del Instituto Centro Americano de Estudios Fiscales, el ICEFI. Desde Ciudad de Mexico, Adán Rivera, miembro de la Asociasión de Industriales de Transformación. Desde Bruselas, Veronica Grondona, asesora de la comisión investigadora del parlamento europeo sobre los Panama Papers. Desde Madrid, MigueL Alba Ruiz Morales de OXFAM. Desde Buenos Aires el especialista en temas tributarios Jorge Gaggero, miembro fundador de la Red de Justicia Fiscal en América Latina.

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PROGRAMA DE ENERO DE 2017: ¿Qué nos depara un 2017 con Donald Trump, crisis política europea e incertidumbre China? ¿Qué pasará con la lucha contra los paraísos fiscales? ¿Habrá nuevos Panama Papers y “Football leaks”? ¿Qué puede hacer la sociedad civil? ¿Qué se puede hacer a nivel político desde un sindicato, un partido político, un movimiento social, un municipio, una gobernación, un país o un bloque supranacional para combatir la evasión fiscal y aumentar el gasto social y en infraestructura?

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