Manon Aubry is Tax Justice & Inequalities Senior Advocacy Officer at Oxfam France and a lecturer in human rights at Sciences Po. At Oxfam, an international development organization which mobilizes the power of citizens against poverty and inequalities, she specifically tracks corporate tax dodging practices and advocates to change the rules. She is a graduate in International Affairs and Human Rights from Sciences Po Paris and Columbia University (New York) and started her career in the humanitarian sector at Médecins du Monde in Liberia, before specializing in economic, social and cultural rights and in business and human rights. In this context, she has worked for the Economic Social & Cultural Rights Network and the United Nations special rapporteur on the right to food. Manon Aubry was previously based in the Democratic Republic of Congo for two years, where she worked for the NGO The Carter Center on transparency and human rights impacts of the extractive industry.
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If you had to remember someone from the 3rd Conference on Financing for Development held in Addis Ababa last July, it’s for sure him. With his cap firmly on his globe, the Intergovernmental tax body mascot made everyone smile. Yet, during the negotiation sessions, the creation of a UN Tax Body...