Ground-breaking civil society proposal for a UN Convention on Tax is published
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Tax-related illicit financial flows continue to cost countries hundreds of billions of dollars in lost tax income every year. Having a UN Convention on Tax would, for the first time, create a truly global framework where all countries can participate on an equal footing. This document contains a proposal for what a UN Convention on Tax might look like.
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The 6th European Union-African Union Summit was held in Brussels last month. This event - which is held every three years - is designed to offer a separate platform for dialogue and setting a common political agenda, along with the existing set of policies between the members of the EU and AU.
The EU's Climate Diplomacy priorities focus on solutions from the past to address current climate finance challenges
Ahead of the UN climate conference (COP27) - the first to take place in Africa for five years - European Union Foreign Ministers have published their 2022 Climate Diplomacy priorities. These priorities help us understand the level of EU ambition, and the direction the bloc will take in various negotiating spheres throughout the year.
In the context of the NGO CSW66, the forum of the civil society side of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), we are pleased to invite you to register for the event A Feminist and Decolonial View on Debt and Climate Change. Interpretation will be available in Spanish and English.
Save the date for the Eurodad conference 2022 - Reboot the system: Defining joint strategies for economic justice!
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