This report aims to contribute to Arab civil society efforts towards social justice by considering the links between tax and gender inequality, based on research conducted in Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia.
The issue of gender equality in the labor market is an important issue. For the MENA region, however, the issue is all the more important due to the traditional role of women in the economy and cultural beliefs ( including religious) that govern gender relations in these countries.
This report considers how tax and fiscal systems in the Arab region could better support social justice and delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of economic challenges and Arab movements for social justice.
In this report, we argue that, to better understand how business services can contribute to competitiveness and growth in Morocco and Tunisia, breaking down trade flows in terms of added value can be a useful first step.
briefs analyzing IMF programs implemented in Egypt. The briefs focus on the relevance and effectiveness of the IMF programs and recommendations and their impacts on tax justice, energy subsidy, fiscal consolidation and social protection.