The special issue by Norrag aims to analyse tax justice and domestic resource mobilization, with a special focus on the global South.
The issue is composed of six sections that showcase global perspectives as well as local case studies, discussing the links between tax justice and domestic financing for education from different standpoints.
- Part one features global perspectives on tax and education, why tax matters — particularly in times of a global health crisis — and the role of international instruments and actors.
- Part two sheds light on progressive and regressive national tax reforms with specific case studies from Ghana, India and Pakistan.
- Part three salutes local movements and activism to reform tax for equitable education provision.
- Part four calls for global reforms and greater attention to the impacts of corporations and philanthropic actors on tax justice.
- Part five addresses concerns regarding the increasing trend of privatization of education, illustrated by three case studies from the Dominican Republic, Peru, and Uganda.
- Part six outlines the social movements and struggles surrounding education and tax.
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