Christian Aid Ireland - tax as a human rights issue
In February 2015, Christian Aid Ireland hosted a conference on the human rights implications of tax and fiscal policies in Dublin, at which UN Special Rapporteur Philip Alston was the key note speaker. Hannah was commissioned to prepare a report on the conference proceedings, and also to assist in preparing Christian Aid Ireland's submission to the Irish Government consultation on their forthcoming National Action Plan on business and human rights. The submission is available here, and the report on the conference is available here.
What they said:
Hannah’s work for us was of the highest quality. It was clear that she had prepared thoroughly in advance of taking on the piece of work, talking with key people, and reading key documents to get herself comfortable with the subject matter- going beyond what could be reasonably expected of a consultant. She was punctual and thorough. Her writing style is clear, logical and accessible. We were very fortunate to have been able to work with Hannah- and I would have no hesitation in working with her again.
Sorley McCaughey, Head of Advocacy and Policy, Christian Aid Ireland