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Finance and debt

Report / 9th August 2021

A new global study sounds an alert of an emerging austerity shock: most governments are imposing budget cuts, precisely at a time when their citizens and economies are in greater need of public support. By the Initiative for Policy Dialogue et al.

Blog / 14th June 2021

How the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order - by Nick Dearden for the New Internationalist.

News / 9th June 2021

The world’s richest countries have finally agreed in principle to the idea of a global minimum corporate tax rate—a step that could signal a conclusion to a debate that has been raging for nearly a decade.

Blog / 4th June 2021

G7 negotiations for a global minimum corporate tax rate offers the opportunity for a transformational shift in responses to the pandemic, explains Alex Cobham of the Tax Justice Network.

Report / 3rd June 2021

多くの低所得国では、一般人ではなく大企業が新型コロナウイルスの救済基金の主な受益者であると、タックス・ジャスティス・ネットワークの ルーク・ホーランドは書いています。

Report / 2nd June 2021

Large corporations, rather than ordinary people, have been the main beneficiaries of Covid bailout funds in many lower-income countries.

Article / 21st May 2021

個人であろうと公的であろうと、過剰な債務によって引き起こされる人間の尊厳への損傷は、人権を侵害する不当な政策の結果です。権利の保護は、債務正義のコアとなる原則でなければなりません。プログレッシブ·インターナショナルのDebt Justice Collectiveのためのアリソン·コーケリー、イグナシオ·サイズ、フアン·パブロ·ボホスラフスキーは記しています。

Article / 21st May 2021

The harms to human dignity caused by over-indebtedness — whether individual or public — are a consequence of unjust policies which violate human rights. Protecting rights must be a core principle of debt justice.

Blog / 5th March 2021

It’s not often that you can celebrate an outright, global triumph for the advocacy efforts of a movement. But for tax justice, this is one of those days, writes Alex Cobham for the Tax Justice Network.

Article / 29th January 2021

Every year, US$88.6 billion leaves Africa in the form of illicit capital flight according to the 2020 report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).