Final script May 15, 2011; release date July 20, 2011.
This podcast was researched, written and produced by Jessica Rust–Smith
It was edited by Mark Valcour
Artwork for the "Definitely not the G8" podcasts was created by Chris Mantil.
Music intro and musical interludes performed by James Gragg-Reilly.
Voice-over and narration for FTT podcast performed by Jessica Rust–Smith
Transcripts and notes on interviews were conducted by Jessica Rust–Smith with assistance from Kevin Donaghy
Background research for this podcast was conducted by Jessica Rust-Smith
Soren Ambrose, International Policy Manager, ActionAid International, www.actionaid.orgSarah Anderson, Director Global Economy, Institute for Policy Studies, www.ips-dc.org/
Peter Bakvis, Director, ITUC/Global Unions - Washington Office, www.ituc-csi.org
Andrew Cooper, Distinguished Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation, University of Waterloo www.cigionline.org/person/andrew-f-cooper
Roy Culpeper, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) www.unctad.org
Clare Demerse, Associate Director, Climate Change, Pembina Institute, www.penbina.org
Mark Fried, Policy Coordinator, Oxfam Canada, www.oxfam.ca
Dennis Howlett, National Coordinator, www.makepovertyhistory.ca
Andrew Jackson, Chief Economist, Canadian Labour Congress, www.canadianlabour.ca
Rodney Schmidt, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Research, North South Institute, www.nsi-ins.ca
Gauri Sreenivasan, Policy Coordinator, Canadian Council for International Cooperation CCIC, www.ccic.ca
The Halifax Initiative thanks the support of all those individuals who contributed to the making of these podcasts.
In particular, the Halifax Initiative would like to thank the CAW-Canada Social Justice Fund for the financial support they provided to help make these podcasts a reality. We would also like to thank the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Canadian Labour Congress, the International Development Research Centre and the UN Millennium Campaign, for their core support of the organization and the staff time needed to develop this idea and the scripts.
Podcast on the Financial Transactions Tax (FTT) in 2 parts: