The Australian government has delayed legislation which would have delivered the biggest breakthrough to date in transparency on the taxes of multinational corporations. Shockingly, reports suggest that lobbying against the legislation by multinational corporations and their professional enablers may have been bolstered by the OECD itself – the organisation which claims to set international tax rules in order to reduce corporate tax abuse.
The Tax Justice Network announced our new stream of work focused on Carbon Tax Justice – a vital aspect of our mission to reprogramme tax systems into tools for equality. Our Climate & Inequality Lead Franziska Mager talks about our new paper that demystifies and lays bare what tax can (and can’t!) do for climate justice.
Big Tobacco's business model comes at the expense of other taxpayers. This blog drills into the huge costs Big Tobacco exact on society and highlight some of the steps our governments can take to fix this.
International tax policy has introduced measures aimed at securing greater transparency across the global financial system. However, for truly impactful change we also need transparency at a tax administration level.
Due to flawed modelling and dated assumptions behind the EU's DEBRA proposal to eradicate preferential treatment of debt, the proposal will do far more harm than good. Read our new analysis of the proposal.
Think Star Wars' Return of the Jedi is a successful movie? According to Hollywood's 'creative accounting', the movie never made a profit. The same type of opacity that cheats Writers Guild of America strike writers out of legitimate income, cheats our nurses, teachers and librarians too.
As we enter the Tax Justice Network's third decade, we’re delighted to publish our new strategic framework, setting out a vision for tax justice - and the mission of the Tax Justice Network in our third decade.
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