What people are saying about the Tax Justice Network

Heather Stewart

Political Editor, The Guardian

“The tireless campaigners at Tax Justice Network, always armed with the best data and the most incisive analysis, have been absolutely key in shifting the scandal of global tax evasion from the nerdy fringes of public debate to the very centre.”

Thomas Piketty


“TJN has done more than any other organisation to put fiscal justice at the center of the policy agenda. Tax issues should not be left to those who want to escape taxes! Changes will come when more and more citizens of the world take ownership of these matters. TJN is a powerful force acting in this direction.”

Pascal Saint-Amans

Head of Tax, OECD

“TJN has been instrumental over the past 10 years in making people understand that paying taxes is key to building a civilised society, that tax evasion and tax avoidance must be addressed without complacency. They have significantly contributed to trigger the political support necessary to fight bank and fiduciary secrecy and address the distortions of the international tax system.”

About the Tax Justice Network

The Tax Justice Network is an independent international network launched in 2003.

We are dedicated to high-level research, analysis and advocacy in the area of international tax and the international aspects of financial regulation.

We map, analyse and explain the role of tax and the harmful impacts of tax evasion, tax avoidance, tax competition and tax havens. The world of offshore tax havens is a particular focus of our work.

Our core goals are to create understanding and debate and to promote reform, especially in poorer countries. We are not aligned to any political party.