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CIDSE Debates at the European Development Days 2015: Europe's leading forum on development and international cooperation
6 May 2015, Brussels, Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU
Financing Sustainable Development: Are we up to the challenge? CIDSE Recommendations, March 2014 (Available in EN - FR)
Civil society letter to G8 and EU leaders on Tax Automatic Information Exchange for developing countries (13/06/2013) (available in EN – DE - FR)
All companies that receive public subsidies must meet strict transparency requirements, tax rules should be strengthened.
Base erosion and profit-shifting (BEPS) - Contributions from civil society as a follow-up to ‘No more shifty business’ April 2013
How can the G20 really contribute to development? CIDSE recommendations to the G20 Russian Presidency - May 2013
Tax Justice for Social Justice - Declaration at the 2013 World Social Forum (Tunis, 26-30 March 2013)
Fiscal policy – and hence also tax policy – is one of the most important steering instruments of governments. The true priorities of policies are often revealed more clearly by budgets and tax legislation than they are by declarations and action programmes. Also, a government’s fiscal policy reflects the political influence of certain interest groups.