Building capacity within and between the academic and community/welfare sectors
The Community Tax Project seeks to build capacity within and between the academic and community/welfare sectors to better advocate on tax system design and reform so that taxation is better viewed, valued and used as both a means to sustainably fund essential social services and improve economic distribution in support of social equity.
This project is supported a coproductive development grant awarded as part of the Melbourne Social Equity Institute's 2022 seed funding round.
Dr Kathryn James, Melbourne Law School
Professor Miranda Stewart, Melbourne Law School
Associate Professor Daniel Halliday, Historical and Philosophical Studies
Professor Guyonne Kalb, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Professor Roger Wilkins, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Professor Lyn Craig, School of Social and Political Sciences
Professor Leah Ruppanner, School of Social and Political Sciences
Mark Zirnsak, Tax Justice Network Australia, Uniting Church of Australia
Dr Peter Davidson, Australian Council of Social Service
For information about this project, please contact:
Dr Kathryn James
Melbourne Law School