The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire
Michael Oswald's film The Spider's Web reveals how at the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands.
Documentary ■ 14 Sept 2018 ■ 1h 18min
Tax Justice 101 series
The 4Rs of Tax Justice
Did you know that tax is about much more than raising revenue? In this video we take you through the '4Rs' of taxation.
The ABCs of Tax Transparency
Did you know there are three things governments around the world can do right now to make sure tax collectors get what's due to us all from corporations and very wealthy people? The ABCs. And yes, it's easy.
Tax Justice And Human Rights
Why fair taxation and putting an end to abusive tax practices is critical to the realisation of all human rights.
The Race to the Bottom
Some world leaders are saying the new ‘global tax deal’ announcedSo what is the ‘race to the bottom’ anyway?
Some of the world's wealthiest people have made a killing out of the Coronavirus pandemic, while many millions of ordinary people have been pushed into poverty.
Did you know the biggest art collection in the world currently lives in Geneva Freeport?
OECD vs UN: who should make the rules?
For years now the OECD has been the main organisation dealing with international tax negotiations. But more and more people, including the G77 group of developing nations, want the talks to move to the UN.
The Care Economy
Do our governments care about the care economy? Find out why they should! The care economy is a critical tax justice issue.
Tax avoidance: Is it legal?
We're often told that 'tax evasion' is illegal but 'tax avoidance' is totally fine. But is tax avoidance really above board?
Tax vs Debt: which is better for developing countries?
What are the options for developing countries when it comes to financing sustainable development?
The Tax Justice Network: Changing the World
"I’m a multimillionaire. I should be taxed more.“
Healthcare professionals on corporations not paying their taxes
Winning the fight for tax justice - how do we make multinationals pay?
What is the City of London's Finance Curse?
The "Race to the Bottom" and how it makes us all poorer
Tax abuse: how to shaft the little people
How to pay for a green energy transition
The Reboot Ep 01 ■ 16 min
How to pay for the pandemic
The Reboot Ep 02 ■ 17 min
What is unitary tax?
The Big Four, aka the "Pin Stripe Mafia"
The Finance Curse
Zambian miners paying more tax than mining company
City Of London: global tax haven hub
Setting up anonymous companies - it's child's play!
The Magic Money Tree, Tax Justice and Modern Monetary Theory
The Brexit Tax Haven Walking Tour
Singapore on the Thames: John Christensen, Tax Justice Network
Damaging finance and its effects on women: Roosje Saalbrink, Womankind
Why tax is so important for gender equality: Susan Himmelweit, Women's Budget Group
The City of London finance sector and Africa: Dereje Alemayehu, Global Alliance for Tax Justice
Human rights and the 4 'R's of tax justice - online conference
Conference welcome from the Partners
The 4 ‘R’s of tax justice and the realisation of rights
More truths about 'tax havens': A conversation with Steven Dean & Attiya Waris
Tax and representation rights – for who, and how?
Tax rights and racism: Keynote by Professor Dorothy Brown
Profit shifting and tax avoidance; the impact of multinationals tax practices on labour & inequality
1 hr 12 mins
The devil is in the detail and in the shadows: gendered impacts of private sector 'interest'
Transitioning to a caring economy
Keynote speech from Andres Arauz
Provocations: Our environment, Tax Justice and Human Rights
Journalism, Whistleblowing: Serving the public interest and representative democracy
1 hr 23 mins
Tax Justice Network Conference Annual Lecture from Dereje Alemayehu
How to pay for the climate transition - online conference
Introduction and Keynote: ‘Decolonising Climate Justice - Towards a Just Transition’
Interview and Q&A with Peter Bofinger: ‘Black Zero in the time of Coronavirus’
Panel discussion: ‘Subsidise THIS!’ with Q&A
1hr 12 min
Interview with James K. Boyce: ‘The Case for Carbon Dividends as Tax Justice’ with Q&A
Keynote: Is the European Green New Deal Green, New, or a Deal? with Q&A
Panel discussion: ‘Scenting profits: Neoliberalism and the Wall Street Climate Consensus’ with Q&A
In conversation with Gail Bradbrook: ‘What does victory look like?’
‘Money, climate and political will: where next?’ with Q&A
1hr 24 min
Imperial inequalities: states, empires, taxation and reparations - online conference
Panel 1: ‘Institutional and fiscal issues’
Panel 2 : ‘Welfare, Taxation, and Resistance’
Keynote, ‘Decolonisation is also movement of money', Vanessa Ogle
Keynote ‘Colonial Macroeconomics then and now’, Ndongo Samba Sylla
Panel 3 : ‘Postcolonial legacies’
1h 30 mins
Panel 4 : ‘Reparations policy and narratives'
1hr 30 mins
Panel 5 : ‘Reparations in action’
1hr 18 min
The State of Tax Justice 2021: Part 1
The State of Tax Justice 202: Part 2
State of Tax Justice 2021: Part III
The 2022 Financial Secrecy Index
1hr 19 mins
FSI 2022: methodology
Ending lawless wealth: towards a global asset registry
1 hr 32 mins
Ten years of corporate tax failure? Beyond the OECD proposals
1 hr 35 mins
The golden opportunity of a UN tax convention
1 hr 38 mins
The UK’s role in tax as a tool for racial justice
1 hr 28 mins
Who owns what, where and how?