About Tax Justice Europe


Tax Justice Europe is the European regional hub of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ), a movement of civil society organisations, trade unions and activists, united in campaigning for transparency and tax justice.


Our vision

We aim for a world where transparency and fair tax policies counteract inequalities within and between nations, and generate the public funding needed to ensure human rights - including the rights of women and vulnerable groups, a safe and sound environment, adequate social protection and high-quality public services for all.


Mission and aims

  • Tax Justice Europe’s (TJ-E) aims are to: affirm the role and obligation of governments to implement progressive and distributive tax policies; mobilise domestic resources for public services and other vital government functions; strengthen state accountability and the social contract; reduce state dependence on aid and debt financing; correct the power imbalance between citizens and multinational corporations;

  • TJ-E supports these aims by: exposing the negative impact of tax injustices on ordinary people and our families around the world – from the South to the North; taking transformative actions and campaigning for solutions to end tax injustices; building a global movement to increase awareness and solidarity around tax justice issues;

  • With the following goals: an end to secrecy and more public accountability for companies; international tax rules that are fair for all countries; progressive and sufficiently resourced tax systems; public investment in services and sustainable development.


Purpose and role of Tax Justice Europe 

We works for transformative, yet specific changes to global and European policies, institutions, rules and structures to promote transparency and tax justice. As the European member of GATJ, TJ-E focuses on creating change by influencing European governments, companies, organizations and institutions.


The following organisations are members of Tax Justice Europe:

  • ​11.11.11 - Koepel van de Vlaamse Noord Zuidbeweging
  • ActionAid EU
  • ActionAid Ireland
  • ActionAid UK
  • Alliance Sud - Swiss Alliance of Development Organisations
  • APIT
  • Attac Austria
  • Attac Finland
  • Attac France
  • Attac Ireland
  • BEPS Monitoring Group
  • Both ENDS
  • CCFD-Terre Solidaire
  • CNCD-11.11.11
  • Change Partnership
  • Christian Aid
  • Christian Aid Ireland
  • Collectif Tax Justice Lëtzebuerg
  • Concord Sweden
  • Financial Justice Ireland
  • Demnet
  • Diakonia
  • Ekvilib Institute
  • European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad)
  • Fair Tax Mark
  • Fastenopfer
  • Finnish Development NGOs – Fingo
  • Finnwatch
  • Focus, drustvo za sonaraven razvoj
  • Forum Syd
  • Global Policy Forum
  • Glopolis
  • InspirAction
  • IGO
  • Kairos Europe
  • Lapas
  • ActionAid Denmark
  • Methodist Tax Justice Network
  • National Society of Conservationists - Friends of the Earth Hungary
  • Netzwerk Steuergerechtigkeit Deutschland
  • Northern Europe Public Governance Centre
  • Norwegian Church Aid
  • Oxfam France
  • Oxfam GB
  • Oxfam IBIS
  • Oxfam Intermón
  • Oxfam Italy
  • Oxfam Novib
  • Peuples Solidaires - ActionAid France
  • Plataforma por la Justicia Fiscal
  • Pro Ethical Trade Finland
  • Réseau Foi & Justice Afrique Europe antenne France
  • Réseau pour la Justice Fiscale
  • Save the Children Finland
  • Save the Children Norway
  • Social Platform
  • Solidaires Finances Publiques
  • Stichting Onderzoek Multinationale Ondernemingen (SOMO)
  • Survie
  • Tax Justice Netherlands
  • Tax Justice Network – Norway
  • Tax Justice Network Israel
  • Tax Justice UK
  • Transparência e Integridade, Associação Cívica
  • Transparency International France
  • Transparency International Hungary
  • Transparency International Latvia
  • Transparency International Slovakia
  • Transparency International Slovenia
  • VIDC
  • WEED - World Economy, Ecology & Development
  • Wide+
  • Womankind Worldwide




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