Testimonials for TaxJustice
When big businesses and the rich avoid paying their fair share of tax, they cheat us all. TheRichard Wilkinson, The Equality Trust
Tax Justice Network describes, in plain English, how they do it, what it’s consequences are
and how to stop it. If you want a fair society, start reading here.
TJN has done invaluable pioneering effort to elevate tax justice advocacy as a broad international effort, and providing rigorous, credible research, policy analysis and proposals. We have learned a lot from the sharing of information, updates and analyses. It has helped greatly in linking our work with others across the globe for mutual support and solidarity in pursuing common goals.Lidy Nacpil, Jubilee South, Asia/Pacific Movement on Debt & Development (JSAPMDD)
In some ways I feel responsible for TJN’s creation since I suggested in a 2000 OECD Observer report that civil society needed to have a stronger voice in the international tax debate. Well, over these 12 years it certainly has achieved this, moving tax issues up the political agenda.Jeffrey Owens, OECD