The scale of the infrastructure and PPP initiative championed by the G20’s national and multilateral banks could privatize gains and socialize losses on a massive scale. The G20 should take steps to ensure that this scenario does not unfold.
World leaders have committed to a brighter future in 2030 where inequalities are tackled, all forms of violence against all women and girls are eliminated and where unpaid care and domestic work is recognized and valued through the provision of public services. But who will pay to make this reality?
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World Economic Forum debate hears how fight to make companies ‘pay their fair share’ is being undermined by race to cut corporation tax rates.
Via Campesina's position on COP 22, UN's Climate Chance Conference in Marrakech, Moroco.
A testimony of a dutch partner of Inesc, Mellouki Cadat, senior consultant for Movisie, the Netherlands Institute for community development.
Conclusions of the Global Campaign on the UNHRC 2nd Session of the “Open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights” (OEIGWG) concluding on 28th October 2016.
By Paulo Maldos, Center for the Assistance and Support to Social Initiatives (CAIS)
Building Solidarities for Social, Economic and Environmental Justice: Goa Declaration of the People’s Forum on BRICS | Alto Porvorim, Goa, India | 14 October 2016
Article by Nathalie Beghin, Inesc's Political Advisers' Coordinator.
This publication demonstrates the necessity and urgency of having a binding international instrument to sanction those multinationals responsible. CETIM’s publication also highlights how important it is to enable the victims to obtain compensation.
By Finance and Trade Watch.
By Grazielle David, Policy Advisor, Institute for Socioeconomic Studies (INESC)
Dozens of civil society organizations and social movements registered requests of reconsideration due to omission during the project’s legislative transit and called upon its return to the Joint Budgetary Committee of the National Congress.
In times of crisis, Latin American countries cut social spending and compromise the quality of life of the poorest ones
Article by Sarah Roure, Christian Aid's Brazil Programme Officer.