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Submissions

As part of our work we often make submissions to Parliamentary enquiries, government reviews, and the like. They are arranged according to subject headings below.

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy White Paper Submission 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper Submission 2017 (108 KB)

Our submission on the 2017 Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT) White Paper on Foreign Policy

Corporate Accountability

Submission to the Corporate Tax Inquiry 2018 Submission to the Corporate Tax Inquiry 2018 (297 KB)

Our submission to the Corporate Tax Inquiry 2018.

Funny Money: Senate Inquiry into Foreign Bribery (2015) Funny Money: Senate Inquiry into Foreign Bribery (2015) (408 KB)

See here our joint submission with The Australia Institute about  to the 2015 Sentate Inquiry into foreign bribery

(2011) Government's role in Corporate Accountability - Jubilee Australia Submission (2011) Government's role in Corporate Accountability - Jubilee Australia Submission (1367 KB)

See our submission to the 2011 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) review on corporate accountability.

Mining and Developmen

(Dec 2010) Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's relationship with the Countries of Africa (Dec 2010) Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's relationship with the Countries of Africa (1445 KB)

Our submission into a 2011 Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's relations with the countries of Africa.

Efic Projects

Efic submission Mina Justa Peru Efic submission Mina Justa Peru (97 KB)

Submission by Jubilee Australia about the proposed financing of the Mina Justa Copper Mine in Peru.

2016 - Boikarabelo coal project 2016 - Boikarabelo coal project (548 KB)

Joint submission by Jubilee Australia and The Australia Institute about the proposed Boikarabelo coal mine in South Africa.

(2012) EFIC proposal to finance Oyu Tolgoi Copper-Gold Mine in Mongolia (Category A submission) (2012) EFIC proposal to finance Oyu Tolgoi Copper-Gold Mine in Mongolia (Category A submission) (164 KB)

Jubilee Australia's submission to Efic about the proposed financing of Rio Tinto's Oyu Tolgoi Copper mine in Mongolia.

Efic Reform

(2013) Export Finance and Insurance Corporation Bill 2013 (2013) Export Finance and Insurance Corporation Bill 2013 (5145 KB)

Our 2013 submission about the proposed reform of Efic, which came out of the 2012 Productivity Commission Review Report.

(2012) Productivity Commission Inquiry into Australia's Export Credit Arrangements - Jubilee Austral (2012) Productivity Commission Inquiry into Australia's Export Credit Arrangements - Jubilee Austral (1602 KB)

Our submission to the Productivity Commission Review of Efic in 2011.

Financial Transactions Tax

(Feb 2010) IMF Consultation on Financial Sector Tax (Feb 2010) IMF Consultation on Financial Sector Tax (146 KB)

Our submission to the PMF argues that an FTT would bring market efficiency gains.

(Feb 2011) Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness (Feb 2011) Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness (1374 KB)

Our submission to the 2011 Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness.

Other briefing papers

Economic Justice

Lobbying Briefing Paper - Robin Hood Tax (2011) Lobbying Briefing Paper - Robin Hood Tax (2011) (84 KB)

The Australian campaign for financial transaction taxes is part of an international movement and argues the case for a global tax regime on speculative financial trades in this Briefing Paper.

Briefing Paper - Towards a better financial system (2009) Briefing Paper - Towards a better financial system (2009) (82 KB)

It is no longer a question of whether reform of the international financial system and global economy is needed. The question is which reforms are needed, and how can a genuine process of reform be found.

Position Paper on IMF Macroeconomic Policy Reform (April 2009) Position Paper on IMF Macroeconomic Policy Reform (April 2009) (83 KB)

The IMF macroeconomic policies in low-income countries must be substantially reformed, and aligned to support efforts to scale up education and health sectors in the world’s poorest places.

Corporate Accountability

Briefing Paper - Publish What You Pay (2011) Briefing Paper - Publish What You Pay (2011) (1349 KB)

Australia should pass legislation to require all domestic and foreign companies registered with the Australian Stock Exchange to publicly report how much they pay governments for access to their oil, gas and minerals.