Stamp Out Poverty - Tax the Banks
03.07.2005: seminar/workshop at the G8 counter-conference, Sunday 3 July 2005, 10.00 - 11.45am Adam House 1, Chamber Street, Edinburgh
The trade in currencies is worth a staggering $475,000 billion a year, with banks earning annual profits of around $50 billion.
Yet the market remains untaxed and unregulated. A simple tax on this huge pile of money would help to bring millions of people out of poverty and stabilise the global economy.
Play your part, make it happen!
Join campaigners from across Europe to plan coordinated action
Proposing Organisations: ATTAC France * Stamp Out Poverty (UK) * WEED (Germany)
You can dowload the seminar flyer here: