Budget Trailblazers: Ubagu Amuche

Feb 20, 2021

In this section, we shine a spotlight on partners who are spearheading budget advocacy on the ground to affect transformational change in their communities. 

Budget Trailblazers: Vara Prasad

Jan 26, 2021

In this section, we talk with the individuals and partners who are doing budget advocacy on the ground to affect transformational change in their community.

A statement on the US Capitol attack

Jan 08, 2021

As advocates for open societies globally, the International Budget Partnership condemns the acts of terror and desecration of democratic institutions that took place in the US Capitol this week.

Civil society organizations and taxation: Emerging trends and priorities

by Ruvimbo Chidziva & Fariya Mohuiddin*— Nov 20, 2020

Co-authored with the International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD), this blog explores the results of a collaborative scan of civil society organizations working in the taxation space with a specific interest in domestic taxation.

Putting the “social” into “social contracts”

by Jason Lakin, Senior Research Fellow, IBP— Nov 10, 2020

IBP’s Jason Lakin argues that advocates for fair and equitable taxation must construct a broader narrative around the social contract as a fair agreement among free and equal people that can be justified to all who pledge to uphold it, only then can we build effective coalitions for tax justice that explicitly endorse redistribution through the tax system.

Government budgets responding to crisis: what we can learn from the Ebola emergency

by Sally Torbert, Chloe Cho & Guillermo Herrera, International Budget Partnership— Nov 05, 2020

This blog reviews lessons from two of the most impacted countries by the 2014 and 2015 Ebola crisis to help understand how government budgets change in response to a crisis and how these changes can impact budget credibility, particularly in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic.