Network and partners

Stamp Out Poverty is a network of development agencies, charities, faith groups and trade unions campaigning for a Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) – sometimes known as the Robin Hood Tax. The FTT is a small tax on transactions by financial organisations (rather than individuals) that would raise billions each year to tackle poverty and climate change at home and abroad whilst also reducing the casino-like behaviour of the banking sector.

Our UK partners

Robin Hood around the world

Over the last two years the Robin Hood Tax campaign has grown internationally with campaigns emerging in Europe, the US, Australia and South America.

Take Action!

Support the Robin Hood Tax campaign – visit the website to find out how you can get involved.

The Robin Hood Tax

Important news

Dave's Diary: Robin Goes to Ethiopia

Our director, David Hillman, visited the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 13th – 17th July. He kept a diary for us