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Framing Feminist Taxation Vol. 2

The Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ)’s Tax and Gender Working Group, together with ActionAid International, Akina Mama wa Afrika...
Za Zemiata

Will there be a boom in imports of used diesel cars from Western Europe?

In Europe, 21% of greenhouse gas emissions are due to transport, and road transport accounts for more than 70% of...
War on Want

Secrets and Fries: McDonald’s £295 million tax dodge

A new report ‘Secrets and Fries’ from War on Want and the Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research...
Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research

ORPEA: Prendre Soin Des Personnes Ou Soigner Ses Profits?

CICTAR has worked with France’s two largest unions Fédération CFDT Santé-Sociaux and Fédération Santé Action Sociale CGT, to develop our...
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs

UN DESA World Economic Situation and Prospects 2022

The global economic recovery is facing significant headwinds amid new waves of COVID-19 infections, persistent labour market challenges, lingering supply-chain...
Za Zemiata

Expensive packaging

Bulgarians pay more than other Europeans for waste management while receiving unsatisfactory results, including in terms of recycling. With the...
South Centre

Streamlining the Architecture of International Tax through a UN Framework Convention on Tax Cooperation

The architecture of international taxation at present is fragmented among multiple institutions. The UN Tax Committee, the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework...
Jubilee USA

Atlas of Vulnerability: Developing Countries and the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic impacts developing countries worse than developed countries. When we look at the big picture, we see that...
Bread for all

Cultivating Fiscal Inequality: The Socfin Report

This report on the tax strategy of the agribusiness corporation Socfin reveals how multinational companies can shift profits from countries where...
Corporate Europe Observatory

Under the influence: Is France’s EU Presidency already captured by corporate interests?

In January France will take over the Presidency of the EU Council for six months. But the way the Presidency...

EU tax observatory report on pCbCR from banks

The EU tax observatory shared today a new study on tax avoidance by European banks, using the data from public CbCR : https://www.taxobservatory.eu/have-european-banks-left-tax-havens-evidence-from-country-by-country-data/   One of the...

GLOBAL INCOME INEQUALITY, 1820-2020

In this paper, Lucas Chancel and Thomas Piketty mobilize newly available historical series from the World Inequality Database to construct world income distribution...
Global Alliance for Tax Justice

Framing Feminist Taxation: Making Taxes Work for Women

New publication provides guidance and recommendations for policy-making and advocacy that can influence and change our current economic and tax...
SOMO

Keep watching: The tax avoidance structures of ViacomCBS

ViacomCBS, a self-described “fundamental content company”, reaches about 700 million consumers in more than 180 countries around the world with...
Church Action for Tax Justice

A Global Tax Plan for a Global Pandemic

A new report - A Global Tax Plan for a Global Pandemic - has shown how Biden’s tax plan combined...
ActionAid

Mission Recovery: How Big Tech’s Tax Bill could kickstart a fairer economy

Today ActionAid released a report which estimates that G20 countries are facing a potential gap of US$32bn in annual tax...

Kenya-United States Free Trade Agreement: Lessons from the United States, Mexico and Canada Agreement

Econews Africa undertook a study on the proposed Kenya-United States Free Trade Agreement in January. Here please find a write-up...

Global austerity alert: Looming budget cuts in 2021-25 and alternative pathways

The Global Austerity Alert is published by ITUC, Public Services International, Bretton Woods Project, Third World Network, Arab Watch Coalition...
Financial Transparency Coalition

Towards a People's Recovery: Tracking Fiscal and Social Protection Responses to Covid-19 in the Global South

The vast majority of Covid-19 recovery funds have gone to big corporations instead of toward welfare, small firms, or those...

Eurodad Strategic Plan

Eurodad's Strategic Plan sets ambitious goals to help achieve: tax justice to stem the loss of resources in developing countries; ending debt crises...

The Scale of Injustice

Below mentioned resources and further blogs and updates are available on Tax Justice Network Website https://www.taxjustice.net/the-scale-of-injustice/

A Climate of Fairness Environmental Taxation and Tax Justice in Developing Countries

This report by the Vienna Institute for International Dialogue and Cooperation aims to address this potential conflict and to consider the...

Substantive gender equality - what does it mean for economic policy after COVID?

Just wanted to flag a recent brief we at CESR published with IWRAW-AP, looking at how the human rights norm...
Tove Ryding

An intergovernmental UN tax commission – why we need it and how we can get it

The Group of 77 (G77) – representing more than 130 developing countries – has repeatedly proposed the establishment of an...
Olivia Lally

EU country by country reporting

Every year, corporate tax avoidance costs countries around the world an estimated US$ 500 billion. Click here to find the...
Tove Ryding

Beneficial ownership transparency in the European Union

In 2016, in response to the tax scandal known as the ‘Panama Papers’, the European Commission put forward a proposal...
Tove Ryding

Tax ‘sweetheart deals’ between multinationals and EU countries at record high

Over the last few years, advance pricing agreements (APAs) – also known as ‘comfort letters’ or ‘sweetheart deals’ – have...

Tax Games - the Race to the Bottom

European governments are leading a race to the bottom which will see average global corporate tax rates hit zero by...

From tax secrecy to tax transparency: Introducing public country-by-country reporting (CBCR) that is fit for purpose

Eurodad, Oxfam, Transparency International and EPSU released an updated document on public country-by-country reporting following the outcome of the vote...

Runaway Taxes: Who pays taxes in CEE region?

Authors: Za Zemiata, Glopolis, DemNet, Lapas, IGO & Ekvilib Institut. A 2017 report on corporate taxation in Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland,...

Ten Reasons to Defend the Corporate Income Tax

Eurodad's partner Tax Justice Network has just published a report entitled Ten Reasons to Defend the Corporation Tax. This report outlines ten reasons...

Pulling the plug: how to stop corporate tax dodging in Europe and beyond

Eurodad’s member Oxfam International has published a new briefing titled Pulling the plug: how to stop corporate tax dodging in Europe and beyond....

La ilusión fiscal: Demasiadas sombras en la fiscalidad de las grandes empresas

This new report by Spanish Eurodad member Intermón Oxfam titled "La ilusión fiscal" states how IBEX35 companies increased their presence in tax...

What are the biggest French banks doing in tax havens?

The report “What are the biggest French banks doing in tax havens?” / “Que font les plus grandes banques françaises dans...

Information for the Nations

In a new report written by Eurodad member Christian Aid and endorsed by 18 other civil society organisations, the flaws in the current...

Wealth: Having It All and Wanting More

Eurodad's member Oxfam has published a research paper titled Wealth: Having It All and Wanting More, which shows that the combined wealth of...