Making Equal Rights Real 2012
DOI: 10.1017/cbo9781139030663.010
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“…Many of these include efforts to engage in deliberation with a range of actors both inside and outside governments. In Brazil, for example, after a dialogue and the collection of extensive evidence the Movement to Defend Social Rights under Threat by the Tax Reform (MDSR), which comprised over 100 civil society organisations, succesfully persuaded the government to withdraw a tax reform proposal which MDSR argued was incompatible with human rights (Blyberg and Hofbauer, 2014). Guatemalan experiences provide examples of failed initiatives.…”
Section: Incompleteness Of the Accountmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many of these include efforts to engage in deliberation with a range of actors both inside and outside governments. In Brazil, for example, after a dialogue and the collection of extensive evidence the Movement to Defend Social Rights under Threat by the Tax Reform (MDSR), which comprised over 100 civil society organisations, succesfully persuaded the government to withdraw a tax reform proposal which MDSR argued was incompatible with human rights (Blyberg and Hofbauer, 2014). Guatemalan experiences provide examples of failed initiatives.…”
Section: Incompleteness Of the Accountmentioning
confidence: 99%
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Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%