There are various ways Civil Society groups can engage in how public funds are used and collected.
Civic actors in seven countries France, Guatemala, Kenya, Mexico, Philippines, Uganda, and the United States of the America engaged in tax reforms. This was done through campaigns that either proposed and pushed for specific tax reforms or opposed reforms that had been introduced by ther governments. To read the indepth case studies of these civil society groups and their campaigns on tax reforms in their respective countries click here
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