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Tax Justice News Briefs, 2015 Issue 1

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Illicit Financial Flows: Issues and Challenges from the Philippine Experience – Draft Dec 2015The Philippines today counts among several Asian countries with the highest levels of illicit financial flows globally. Traced largely to various types of trade misinvoicing, these flows represent billions of lost and foregone tax revenues critical to developing countries such as the Philippines.

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The review compares the initial climate action pledges, called Intended Nationally Determined Contributions, of countries to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to their actual fair share of climate action.

FAQs: Fair Shares - A Civil Society Equity Review of INDCs

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APEC 2015: Opportunities for Demanding Fiscal Justice

pdfAPEC 2015: Opportunities for Demanding Fiscal Justice

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A BRIEFING FOR GOVERNMENT DELEGATIONS

by Oxfam, Financial Transparency Coalition, Christian Aid, Global Alliance for Tax Justice, Public Services International, ActionAid, Tax Justice Network-Africa, CIDSE, Eurodad, Latindadd, and Asian Peoples' Movement on Debt and Development

Civil Society Organizations are united in supporting the G77 and China’s call for a global intergovernmental tax body at the United Nations. The body should take the form of a Functional Commission under ECOSOC so outcomes are the result of intergovernmental negotiations, with universal membership and adequate resources from core UN funds with priority for developing country participation.