“If you care about the long term sustainability of superannuation, you need to care about the extent to which the social contract is supporting the people whose taxes are going to pay for it when you need it.” Read more Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
The Divide goes down a storm at Sheffield Doc/Fest! Wow, what a week! After four and a half years from concept to screen – this week saw the very first screenings of THE DIVIDE as a festival preview at Sheffield Doc/Fest, the UK’s premier documentary and digital media fest
Overall Vision: A tax structure which incorporates all incomes, wealth, and businesses, is fair to all, is socially responsible and helps to reduce inequality. The Moral Principles that should under-pin the economics of our society fair to all beneficial to all look after the disadvan
For too many people, taxes are regarded as a cost; a cost that leaves less money in people’s pockets to enjoy the finer things of life. This view is echoed in the corporate world where it is claimed that taxes detract from the ability of companies to provide jobs and economic growth.
Why do some communities have much higher crime rates than others? Why is it that people used to feel safe leaving their front doors unlocked but now some people live in gated communities and apartment blocks with ‘poor doors’? Why do people riot? respected and loss of face At
OCED report says NZ missed out most on economic opportunities because of growing inequality. See Washington Post article: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/01/05/how-inequality-made-these-western-countries-poorer/?postshare=8961430902783293 Be Sociable, Share! Twe
Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand Inc is a national volunteer organisation trying to tackle the wealth inequality and the social problems that it causes. We want a fairer and more equal New Zealand, for all.