Churches For Tax Justice

The Methodist Tax Justice Network, Central England Quaker Peace Committee, Jubilee Debt Campaign, Catholic National Justice & Peace Network and Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility Present:

Churches for Tax Justice

An Ecumenical One-Day Conference

The evasion and avoidance of tax by trans-national corporations and the super wealthy is one of the most important economic justice issues of our time. Developed and developing countries alike are losing out on much needed tax revenues, which are needed to pay for crucial public services and infrastructure. The international tax system is not fit for purpose, and is one of the key factors in the widening inequality gap between the world's wealthiest and poorest individuals. But what can the church in the UK, in all its forms, do to help fight for tax justice?

This one day event aims to help campaigners from all denominations explore how they can raise awareness and campaign for tax justice - as individuals, congregations, Churches and Christians. The keynote speaker is Alex Cobham, Chief Executive of the Tax Justice Network, and workshops will be led by Revd Smitha Prasadam, John Arnold & Abi Nicholls, and representatives of Christian Aid and Oxfam (tbc). Lunch will be provided between 1:10-2:10pm, and is included in the ticket price of £10 per head, payable on the day. Please register your interest by RSVPing here, or by emailing

July 15, 2017 at 10am - 4pm
The Priory Rooms
40 Bull St
Birmingham, West Midlands B4 6AF
United Kingdom
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Matthew Jones · · 07972194236

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Methodist Tax Justice Network
The Methodist Tax Justice Network aims to put tax justice issues at the heart of the Methodist Church's mission, through campaigning, working with partners in the UK and overseas and educating and communicating within the Methodist Connexion.