Andrew Itai Chikowore
Task force working sessions to draft the Conference Communique and update the Bogota Declaration - vote?
This is a highly organized session that will bring together members of the task force to draft the Conference Communique, Tax and Gender Commitment and to update the Bogota Declaration.
Taxation Policies and Gender Inequality in South Asia
Understanding the importance of tax and fiscal justice on addressing multiple inequalities in the region, South Asia Alliance for Poverty Eradication (SAAPE), a regional platform, working against the structural causes of poverty, inequality and social injustices in South Asia and South Asia Tax and Fiscal Justice Alliance (SATaFJA), South Asian regional network working on the issues of taxation and inequality level with major emphasis on gender justice is concerned about the shocking rise of inequalities affecting millions of people especially women in South Asia.
Tax Policy Development for Gender-Responsive Budgeting and Making tax work for gender equality in cameroon.
Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) is a tool for addressing gender equality, in the design and administration of tax policies.
This session aims to strengthen the capacities of Cameroonian parliamentarians in their advocacy for the promotion of gender through progressive taxation, feminist and oriented on human rights in general and women in particular. Capacity building will be done through certain tools from different organizations (ActionAid, Akina mama wa Africa, etc.) taking examples in the national context. A participatory approach based on examples and internal resources to facilitate learning will be used. The production of messages at the end of each sequence will be encouraged to facilitate the internalization of knowledge.
Why you should care about the new G7 tax deal: its gender implications for Africa
This session will give an overview of the “historic” tax deal that was announced as part of this year’s G7 Summit, which would see the introduction of a new global minimum tax rate for corporations. As the deal moves from endorsement to implementation, serious questions remain about its likely impacts and who it will really benefit. Panelists will share what the implications of this deal are on African countries, with a specific focus on how this will affect women’s access to key public services.
Reflection Action Toolkit on tax, public services, unpaid care work
Workshop using sections from the Reflection Action Toolkit made up of a variety of participatory tools to help people analyse rights and power and to better understand and plan action on the issues that affect them.The workshop will talk through different tools based on segments on tax power, Public Service Accountability, Accountability in gender responsive quality service delivery and Women's Unpaid Care Work allowing to explore the tools and to discuss the tools from a gender perspective lead by colleagues that have used this in their countries, exploring how to bring tax and gender issues to the community level.
Plenary to present conference communique and Bogota Declaration+4 - Closing Session: GATJ
This will be a High Level Public Session that will provide a wrap up for the Conference, addressing progress, evaluating the current situation, summarizing challenges; highlighting good practices; and formulation of policy positions into the tax and gender working group strategy through the presentation of the:
Bogota Declaration +5
Generation Equality Action Coalition Commitment on Tax and Gender.