The Tax Justice Network has been one of the most important players, and arguably the most important single player bringing tax justice to global attention since 2003. Read a short, informal history of our network here.
As our many adversaries will admit, we are hard-hitting in our criticisms of tax havens and tax injustice. We do not pull our punches. We focus on research and advocacy, and although we are not a campaigning organisation we work with numerous campaigning partners, at a global, regional and country level.
New members are joining the tax justice movement every month; we may miss important details on this page. Please contact us if you think we should add to or otherwise amend this page.
The Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ) emerged from TJN and remains closely allied to us, though it is organisationally independent. It focuses more on campaigning. See also its site Tackle Tax Havens.
Actionaid. Influential and active in tax justice.
Association for Accountancy and Business Affairs (AABA): see the Offshore Watch website.
Attac International (and regional partners). Working on some of our issues even before TJN was born in 2003.
Bretton Woods Project maintaining a critical eye on the World Bank and the IMF
Eurodad. Debt, development finance and poverty reduction
Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC)
Finance Watch. Making finance serve society.
Global Witness. Natural resources, transparency, conflict and justice.
Publish What You Pay. Transparency in the extractive industries.
War on Want – Tax Justice Now
Country partners and allies
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Het Grote Geld – Tax Justice site of the Belgian Financial Action Network
Canadians for Tax Fairness – CTF.
Experts comptables sans frontières. Accountants beyond borders, France
Attac France: Campagnes paradis fiscaux
Survie. Democratising France’s role in Africa.
TJN Germany, via its blog here.
Berne Declaration. Wide-ranging work on globalisation and tax justice issues.
Alliance Sud. Wide-ranging work on tax justice issues, with a development focus.
United Kingdom and assorted dependencies
Tax Research UK. By Richard Murphy, who has worked with TJN over many years.
Tax Justice UK, a network of UK based activists, supporters and NGO’s