Civil and political rights in tax policy




“Civil and Political Rights in Tax Policy” is the third in a series of advocacy tools on human rights and tax policy produced by the RightingFinance Initiative.

The series aims to assist education and dissemination of standards on tax policy and human rights contained in a report produced by the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights.

Drawing on that report, this third publication lays out some of the normative foundations for civil and political rights, how they apply to tax policy, and guiding questions for reflection.

Source: Rightingfinance

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