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Covid-19 and the Response that’s needed
May 28th, 2020
Within the space of a few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has plunged the world into unprecedented human, socio-political and economic crises. The impacts will be long-lasting, and how we respond to the crisis in its aftermath will profoundly shape our future. The pandemic has hit a world which was already experiencing high levels of inequality,
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FTC Submission to the UK’s Draft Registration of Overseas Entities Bill
September 25th, 2018
Submission Date: 24 September 2018 The ability to hide and spend suspect funds overseas is a large part of what makes serious corruption and organised crime attractive and possible. In order to steal public money, corrupt individuals need to be able to hide those funds in the international financial system and find somewhere attractive to
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Webinar on Unequal Exchange of Information
August 29th, 2018
Developing countries lose billions of dollars every year due to illicit financial flows or IFFs. One of the big obstacles countries face in curbing IFFs is the access to information, especially from developed countries that happen to be tax havens. Automatic exchange of information allows countries to gauge the magnitude of illicit finance that has crossed
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RT @latindadd: Susana Ruiz de @OXFAM: la crisis actual podría retrasar la lucha contra la pobreza por una década, en algunos países esto po…
- Thursday May 28 - 4:53pm

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