Nick Shaxson ■ The Tax Justice Network Podcast, March 2015
The Tax Justice Network Podcast, March 2015
In the March 2015 Taxcast: Democracy for sale – how our politics rely heavily on tax haven-friendly donors. Also, we ask: why is HSBC shutting down offshore accounts in Jersey? Are we in the final few years of the corporate income tax? Is Australia’s exempting of big companies from new transparency rules a joke? Plus more scandal and analysis that you won’t find anywhere else.
‘We were not sent here to run this country for a handful of wealthy individuals and powerful corporations, we were sent here to make this country work for all our people.”
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren addressing Congress
Featuring: John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network, Rebecca Wilkins of the Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition, Nick Mathiason and Melanie Newman of the Bureau for Investigative Journalism, Donnachadh McCarthy, author of Prostitute State: How Britain’s Democracy Has Been Bought, Labour MP and UK opposition leader Ed Miliband, British Prime Minister David Cameron, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren.
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
Data havens: how to tackle the new digital race to the bottom
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
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