ICRICT past events
The Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) with partners Freidrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), and ICRICT, are organising two important events: a Pan-Continental Southern Dialogue on Illicit Financial Flows and the Pan-Continental Forum on the Future of Taxation of Multinational Corporations, November 21st to 23rd 2018, in Nairobi, Kenya.
With the participation of five ICRICT commissioners: Edmund Valpy Fitzgerald, Kim Jacinto Henares, Rev. Suzanne Matale, Ricardo Martner and Wayne Swan.
Wayne Swan will represent ICRICT at this panel, at 2.00-3.30pm on Thursday 11 October at the panel “Leading or Following: Shaping the Fight for Tax Justice” organized by ICRICT, Oxfam International, FriedrichEbert-Stiftung, Financial Transparency Coalition, and The South Centre during the Civil Society Policy Forum October 9-12, 2018 World Bank Group / IMF 2018 Annual Meetings in Bali.
Three of ICRICT commissioners - José Antonio Ocampo , Joseph Stiglitz, Valpy FitzGerald, along with Stephany Griffith-Jones will be in Helsinki on September the 14th to discuss The international monetary non-system. The panel will discuss the reforms that are necessary to build an adequate international monetary system for the twenty-first century.
The recovery from the recession 10 years ago has been patchy. Trade tensions have been rising. Reform of the financial system has been incomplete. To mark this moment, ICRICT proposes to hold a public meeting in New York on 4 September in order to call attention to the need for action. With the participation of Joseph Stiglitz, Wayne Swan, Jayati Ghosh, Jose Antonio Ocampo, and Gabriel Zucman.
This event is supported by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
Martes, 12 de junio de 2018 18.00 horas
Hotel San Agustín Exclusive, calle San Martin 550 Miraflores
Luxleaks, Paradise papers : La logique d'attractivité fiscale (fin de l'ISF, de l'exit tax) est-elle la solution? Ou est-ce dérouler le "tapis rouge" à l'évasion fiscale? Avec la participation de Gabriel Zucman, professeur d'économie à l'Université de Berkeley et membre de l'ICRICT.
ICRICT commissioner Ms. Jayati Ghosh will moderate the panel “Plugging financial leakages and mobilizing domestic and international resources to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals”
Palais des Nations
Gabriel Zucman, et Eva Joly, tous deux membres de l'ICRICT, seront auditionnés sera auditionné le jeudi 31 mai par la mission d'information sur l'optimisation et l'évasion fiscales de l’Assemblée Nationale française.
On 28-29 May 2018 in Berlin, the Global Solutions Summit will bring together leading think tanks from around the world, global policy-makers, business leaders and constructive NGOs with only one aim: to find solutions for global challenges.
With the participation ICRICT commissioner Edmund Valpy Fitzgerald.
José Antonio Ocampo, Presidente del ICRICT habla en esta tertulia tributaria sobre la visión de la comisión
Edificio Santo Domingo, salón 716, Calle 21 N° 1-20 Universidad de los Andes - Bogotá
Entrada Libre – Cupo limitado – Previa inscripción
José Antonio Ocampo, codirector del Banco de la República y presidente de la Comisión Independiente para la reforma de la Fiscalidad Corporativa Internacional.
Universidad Externado calle 12 N° 1-17 Este Sala AH202 Bogotá
The Annual Forum is a platform to discuss trends and perspectives in the current geo-political landscape of tax policy and international cooperation on tax and finance administration. It offers a space for debate and exchange of views among senior developing country officials on the challenges and opportunities arising within regions and individual countries that are pursuing inclusive growth and sustainable development goals.
The 2018 ECOSOC Forum on Financing for Development follow-up (FfD Forum) will be held in New York from 23 to 26 April 2018. The four-day event will feature a Special High-level Meeting with the Bretton Woods institutions, WTO and UNCTAD, ministerial round tables, general debate, thematic discussions on the implementation of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and other FfD outcomes, and a dialogue with stakeholders.
With ICRICT commissioner Léonce Ndikumana participation
Sunday, April 22, 2018
The current framework of international corporate taxation is increasingly being challenged. New international standards and guidelines under the G20/OECD BEPS initiative aim at addressing key weaknesses in the current framework, but do not tackle the root cause of the significant spillovers inherent to the system.
With the participation of Icrict commissioner Léonce Ndikumana
A distinguished panel, including ICRICT commissioners Professor Joseph Stiglitz and Magdalena Sepulveda, and Hamlet Gutierrez of the Dominican Republic tax revenue authority will explore why fair taxation is critical in the fight against inequality, achieving human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.