In a new report to be launched at a panel debate with African food producers' organisations on 4 June 2013, CIDSE and EAA sharply criticize the G8’s “New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa” for ignoring human rights and the root causes of hunger and instead seeking solutions through a market orientation. (Available in EN -ES-FR)
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All companies that receive public subsidies must meet strict transparency requirements, tax rules should be strengthened.
Published in Taxation
Campaigners celebrated as the European Parliament and European Council met key demands of the coalition on corporate transparency, Publish What You Pay. CIDSE has demanded changes to the Accounting and Transparency directives which will require oil, gas, mining and forestry companies listed on European stock exchanges to publish what they pay governments. This country-by-country-reporting will improve the possibility of local campaigners to learn what their governments are paid by European and transnational companies.
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EU News - Issue 1– March 2013
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