Quarter of a million people call for greater tax transparency
Large swathes of the public feel the UK is still not doing enough on tax avoidance despite previous commitments and the recent Panama Papers leaks.
Implementation of anti-advocacy clause paused
The Cabinet Office has announced it will continue to consider the comments of all interested parties before implementing the anti-advocacy clause.
The Panama Papers: why should we care?
The day the Panama Papers story exploded across the world's media was a red letter day for tax justice campaigners. But does the leak really matter for the rest of the development sector?
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Mapped: The climate change conversation on Twitter
Carbon Brief has commissioned Right Relevance to start harvesting data from Twitter and use it to show how the influencers within the climate change conversation shift over time. John Swain, from Right Relevance, explains the methodology and highlights some key findings from the first wave of analysis.Carbon Brief 5 May 2016
Video: Youth map the climate change they want to see
Voices of Youth Maps is a mobile application and online platform for young people to identify issues and engage with their communities to positively impact their neighborhoods.YouTube 21 April 2016
Are you all ears?
From The Advocacy Iceberg to the NEF Weekly Economics Podcast, Tom Baker shares five campaigning podcasts that he enjoyed.Thoughtful Campaigner 13 April 2016