The Case of Corporate Tax Incentives
"All ASEAN Member States need to collaborate with one another to establish effective enforcement mechanisms and take collective action to prevent harmful tax practices in the form of corporate tax incentives, in pursuit of a common goal of building sustainability and resilience across the ASEAN region."
The ADC campaign puts a spotlight on private companies that invest in coal and fossil fuels, and the banks and financial institutions that fund them despite calls for keeping the Earth’s temperature at livable levels. We call on companies that continue to invest in dirty energy to make a #TotalCoalExitNow.
Tax incentives have been widely used on the justification that they attract investments. Yet there is mounting evidence that they are largely ineffective. So why are they still so popular among politicians and policymakers?
Policy recommendations for G77 countries on the occasion of the virtual consultation between UN Member States and the FACTI Panel
In advance of the virtual consultation between UN Member States and the High-Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity for Achieving the 2030 Agenda (hereafter, FACTI Panel).
The Toolkit on Illicit Financial Flows is an easy and accessible resource for enthusiasts, activists, civil society organisations, practitioners and journalists.