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Community Platform: 4 Steps 2 Recovery


The Community Platform: 4Steps2Recovery

Cutting vital public services, taxing low paid workers, cutting social welfare and capital investment are being presented as the only options to reduce the budget deficit.
The Community Platform rejects this notion and has launched a campaign to present real alternatives in the form of progressive tax reform that will both address the budget deficit and stimulate economic recovery.
Campaign Launch
The Campaign was launched by Fergus Finlay, Chief Executive, Barnardos on Monday 13th September


Tax campaign document – final (2)
* Anne Costello of the Community Platform presented the proposals
* Dr. Tom O Connor, Lecturer in Economic and Social Policy, Cork Institute of Technology responded

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