Ireland’s Responsibility for the Impacts of Crossborder Tax Abuse on the Realisation of Children’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

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Ireland’s Responsibility for the Impacts of Crossborder Tax Abuse on the Realisation of Children’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Ireland’s Responsibility for the Impacts of Crossborder Tax Abuse on the Realisation of Children’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Ireland’s Responsibility for the Impacts of Crossborder Tax Abuse on the Realisation of Children’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

Submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child
87th Pre-Sessional Work Group (28th September – 2nd October 2020)

Suggested issue for inclusion in the List of Issues Prior to Reporting for IRELAND
(CRC/C/IRL/5-6)

Submitted on 1st July, 2020 by:
ActionAid Ireland
Christian Aid Ireland
Global Legal Action Network
Integrated Social Development Centre (Ghana)
Mary Cosgrove, Cairnes School of Business & Economics,
National University of Ireland, Galway
Oxfam Ireland
Tax Justice Coalition Ghana
Tax Justice Network