Principles

Five principles guide the work of the International Tax Compact:
  1. It is neutral: The International Tax Compact acts as a coordinator and facilitator to create neutral spaces for stakeholder engagement.
  2. It is inclusive: The activities and services of the International Tax Compact are open to all stakeholders in the area of tax and development.
  3. It is demand-driven: The activities of the International Tax Compact focus on the needs of development partners and partner countries, and are always implemented in close cooperation with one or more stakeholders.
  4. It is complementary: The International Tax Compact does not duplicate existing structures and efforts in partner countries, but complements them with additional activities.
  5. It is global: The International Tax Compact acts at the global level.