John Christensen ■ The Lima Declaration on Tax Justice and Human Rights
The initial list of signatories will be announced on World Public Services Day, 23 June 2015, the culmination of the Global Week of Action for #TaxJustice. Additional signatories will be continue to be welcomed beyond that date.
The Lima Declaration arises from the international strategy meeting, “Advancing Tax Justice through Human Rights,” held in Lima, Peru in April 2015, convened by the Center for Economic and Social Rights, the Global Alliance for Tax Justice, Oxfam, Red Latinoamericana sobre Deuda, Desarrollo y Derechos (LatinDADD), Red de Justicia Fiscal de América Latina y el Caribe and the Tax Justice Network.
Sign up to the Declaration here.
See the Declaration with initial signatories here.
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