This briefing on Domestic Resource Mobilization is part of a broader toolkit introducing the FfD process and the Civil Society FfD Group’s role in it, being built as an attempt to make navigating the FfD process and its interrelated domains more accessible for a non-technical audience.
In this briefing we connect the national and international when it comes to tax policies and broader domestic resource mobilization strategies, highlighting how shaping decision-making on global economic governance at the UN has the potential to transform our global economic systems to reduce inequalities within and between countries and make them work for people and the planet.

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