Social Watch publishes 40 country reports on the 2030 Agenda

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10/31/2016

Forty Social Watch coalitions around the world are contributing their assessments and reports to the global Social Watch report 2016, under the overall theme Goals for 2030… and obstacles to getting there. The Social Watch network contributes these analysis to the current global discussions around implementation of the 2030 Agenda, which just will not happen without civil society independent monitoring.

The Social Watch national platforms are independent coalitions of civil society organizations struggling for social and gender justice in their own countries. The Social Watch network has been publishing since 1996 yearly reports on how governments implement their international commitments to eradicate poverty and achieve equality between women and men.

Country reports contain references to tax policy challenges, illicit financial flows and corporate capture of governments.

 

See also the Chapter on:
Beyond the current means of implementation
Stefano Prato, Society for International Development

Box: Domestic Resource Mobilization and Illicit Financial Flows
Dereje Alemayehu, Global Alliance for Tax Justice

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