Nick Shaxson ■ Event: can low income countries ever tax transnational corporations?
IDS, Convening Space
Mick Moore will talk as a political realist and Alex Cobham, Research Director of the Tax Justice Network, as a magical realist.
About the series
Inequalities in various forms have been rising in most parts of the world since the 1980s, but only recently has inequality begun to attract mainstream attention, including from the IMF and the World Bank.
How should the development community react to this newfound recognition of inequality or inequalities as a core element – and core problem – of development? What contemporary forms are inequalities taking, and how do they relate to diverse forms of injustice? How can these be understood – and tackled? Where are the opportunities within development to exercise intellectual leadership in this rapidly growing field?
The Tax Justice Network’s French podcast: En République Démocratique du Congo: les exonérations fiscales privent les populations des services essentiels #26
Chile – Submission to UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women
1 March 2021
A tide-turning moment in the global struggle for tax justice
Call for papers: Human rights and the 4 “Rs” of tax justice – Tax Justice Network annual conference
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