Nick Shaxson ■ New report: how corrupt capital is used to buy property in the UK
From Transparency International, a landmark study looking at the role the UK’s real estate sector has played in laundering the world’s money. We don’t have time to do this justice, but the world’s media has done a good job covering it.
Also see this recent excellent New York Times series looking at dirty money in New York real estate, and an earlier Vanity Fair article, written by a TJN author, about an expensive apartment block in London.
How to fight inequality: a chat with Ben Phillips
Online Conference: How to Pay for the Climate Transition
Women need real social protection that goes beyond the aspirational
New book provides practical solutions to make tax work to reduce poverty
$427bn lost to tax havens every year: landmark study reveals countries’ losses and worst offenders
The State of Tax Justice 2020
20 November 2020
Systemic racism and tax justice: the Tax Justice Network podcast, July 2020
In Apple’s victory lies a defeat for women’s rights
Taking Panama to task: Women’s rights trampled by financial secrecy
Submission to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 76th Session pertaining to the 8th periodic report submitted by Panama
15 July 2020