A Feminist Perspective on Rethinking Financing for Development in the Global South


This session aims to unpack the quadruple intersecting tax, resource, debt, and climate injustice crises and present international tax architecture reform as a systemic solution to address these overlapping crises. Feminist structural analysis, grounded in the realities and analysis of the global South, seeks to confront and reform the interlinkages between taxation, debt, and overall macroeconomic systems and structures that undermine domestic resource mobilisation and challenge the ability of governments to finance climate action and public service delivery. In the context of the 2024 Financing for Development Forum, the discussion will share African, Latin American and global perspectives from researchers, campaigners and activists on the need for global economic and financial governance transformation.


  • Bhumika Muchhala, Senior Advisor/Political Economist, Third World Network 
  • Luckystar Miyandazi, Tax Advisor, African Union Commission
  • Mukupa Nsenduluka, Senior Policy Officer, Tax Justice Network Africa
  • Klelia Guerrero García, Tax Justice Specialist, Latindadd
  • Moderator: Katie Tobin, Senior Program Manager, WEDO

Simultaneous interpretation of Spanish-English available.

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