July 19 to 25 of 2024

Fourth Week for Fiscal Justice and Human Rights

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2024 brought many opportunities for the transformation of the international tax system. Therefore, this edition of the Week for Fiscal Justice and Human Rights will promote discussions about the impact of tax policy on human rights at the national and international level and which leverages can trigger to address inequalities. In addition, it will give special attention to regional and global cooperation, represented in the PTLAC and the construction of a UN Tax Convention. To strengthen these efforts, we will discuss the experiences or tax reform proposals of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as a better understanding of the strategies in Africa to promote South-South cooperation. Likewise, we will advance the discussion on wealth taxes from a human rights perspective and how the various national proposals are articulated with international efforts.

This Fourth Week will allow us to develop spaces for collaboration with the broader civil society movement, the Academia, and other relevant institutions.

Join the events of the Fourth Week for Fiscal Justice and Human Rights

From July 19 to 25

Friday, July 19

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Meeting between the organizations of the Initiative

Monday, July 22

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In-person meeting: Impacts of tax reforms in human rights

Tuesday, July 23

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Webinar: Taxation on wealth: national, regional and international perspectives

Time: 12 PM GMT-3

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Wednesday, July 24

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Webinar: What is happening with the international taxation?

Time: 12 PM GMT-3

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Thursday, July 25

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Webinar: South-South Cooperation and Regional Integration for fiscal purposes: Comparative Perspectives of Latin America and Africa

Time: 12 PM GMT-3

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Who organizes the Fourth Week for Fiscal Justice and Human Rights?

This series of events are organized by the Initiative for Human Rights in Fiscal Policy and its Steering Committee, made up of eight organizations in charge of the administration of the Initiative and the communication and dissemination of the Principles: ACIJ, CELS, CESR, Dejusticia, Fundar, Inesc, Red de Justicia Fiscal para América Latina y el Caribe, and GI-ESCR.
Together, these organizations seek to develop and promote the Human Rights Principles in Fiscal Policy, a compendium that translates general Human Rights guidelines into more concrete guides that are easy to implement. The initiative is a project focused on Latin America and the Caribbean, organized in an open, collaborative, interdisciplinary and diverse in terms of gender and country-representation.

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