The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR), in coordination with Oxfam, Prakarsa, Tax and Fiscal Justice Asia (TAFJA) and Vietnam Tax Justice Alliance (VATJ), on June 25 announced research outcomes on the case of corporate tax incentives in the ASEAN towards sustainable tax policies in the ASEAN Region.
As the COVID19 public health crisis continues to intensify, deep flaws in our societies and economies have become abundantly clear. It is a system that puts profits before people, privileges corporations and the wealthy, and deepens many forms of inequality and injustice, including gender inequality and inequality among nations.
As the COVID 19 public health crisis intensifies with alarming speed in many parts of the world including the Philippines, the adverse impacts on the poor and low-income, and those who are marginalized and discriminated, grow even more acute.
Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, some 500 women from various organizations marched to protest the worsening conditions of women in the face of greater economic hardships, public health risks and climate change.
The Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) stands in solidarity with women and women’s rights activists across the world in celebrating International Women’s Day this month of March.