Tax Justice

Jean Saldanha

Eurodad's priorities for 2020

2020 starts the ten-year countdown for the successful implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. It is also a critical period for a just response to climate change, ensuring that those who are the least responsible do not pay the greatest price.

  • Climate Finance
Eurodad

Haiti 10 years after the earthquake: The fight for social and economic justice

#Haiti #EconomicJustice #WorldBank #EU #CBCR #TaxJustice #JobVacancy

  • Development Finance
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 intergovernmental tax body under the United Nations (UN) to fix the broken global tax system.

  • Tax Justice
Olivia Lally

EU country by country reporting

Every year, corporate tax avoidance costs countries around the world an estimated US$ 500 billion.

  • Tax Justice
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 for a 5th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive. Among other things, the Commission suggested introducing public registers of beneficial owners – something that civil society organisations and the European Parliament had been advocating for many years.

  • Tax Justice
Eurodad

The right finance crucial to success of the EU’s Green New Deal

The new European Commission is sending a clear signal by tabling a “Green New Deal” within a month of its inception. But to be a true statement of intent rather than a mere public relations manoeuvre, it must speak to the urgency for action.  

  • Climate Finance
Eurodad

EU Ministers fail to take any decisive action on corporate tax transparency

#DevelopmentFinance #CBCR #UNCTAD #UN #EU #JobVacancy #ODI

  • Aid Effectiveness
Gino Brunswijck

The Bretton Woods Institutions, 75 years on: reform or risk irrelevance.

The Bretton Woods Institutions were built on the ruins of an old world-order, at the end of World War II, and the dawn of a new world order, marked by the birth of many new nation-states and the onset of the cold-war. 

  • Aid Effectiveness
  • Global Processes
Eurodad

International NGOs call on EU Member States to end deadlock on corporate tax transparency

Three years have passed since the European Commission published a legislative proposal for mandatory tax transparency for multinational companies in the EU, called Public Country by Country Reporting. This week, Ministers from EU Member States will discuss the proposal for the first time at the Competitiveness Council meeting of the EU.

  • Tax Justice
Eurodad

Eurodad response to OECD consultation on international tax

#DevelopmentFinance #UNCTAD #UN #AddisAbaba #BrettonWoods #SOMO #ODI #JobVacancy

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance