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The Taxcast
Tax Justice Network monthly radio show/podcast
Regular Show
Liz Nelson and John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network and lawyers and members of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) Patricia Schulz and Marion Bethel.
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In this month’s Taxcast: Tax justice, women and UN human rights conventions: how we may be beginning to hold governments to account. Also:

we discuss scandal-hit Facebook’s checks on whether overseas influencers are funding political ads in the United States and why they won’t work. And is it time for a new model? How Mark Zuckerberg could become a hero.
Norway does the responsible thing and decides not to invest its sovereign wealth fund in private equity.
And India’s decade-long battle to collect back taxes from Vodafone runs into potential conflicts of interest at the highest political levels.
Produced and presented by Naomi Fowler for the Tax Justice Network

The Taxcast: April 2018 Download Program Podcast
Tax Justice Network monthly radio show/podcast
00:33:30 1 April 24, 2018
London, UK
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