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 ====== Wiki & Knowledge Base ====== ====== Wiki & Knowledge Base ======
  
 +Welcome to the Let's Fix the Tax Treaty! Wiki.  Here you'll find information pertaining to the US practice of citizenship-based taxation on Australian residents and citizens, as well as the effects of both FATCA and the Australia/US Tax Treaty on both US citizens residing in Australia and Australian citizens residing in the US.
  
 ===== Context & Purpose ===== ===== Context & Purpose =====
  
-The purpose of this Wiki is to gather and maintain a common information source pertaining to our cause.+The purpose of this Wiki is to gather and maintain a common information source pertaining to our cause.  The purpose of the **//Let's Fix the Tax Treaty!//** group is to influence the Australian Government to resist unfair and unjust US extra-territorial taxation.   //Let’s Fix the Tax Treaty!// advocates for the Australian Government to renegotiate the under-pinning legacy tax treaties and intergovernmental agreements to provide a fair go for all Australians. 
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 Presently, there is little awareness by government, policy makers or the general public of the issues caused to Australians through the US practices of Citizenship-based taxation.  Consequently, to affect change, we first need to educate Policy Makers and influencers such as the Media.  To do this, it will be important to create a **defensible** evidence base in support of our position.   Presently, there is little awareness by government, policy makers or the general public of the issues caused to Australians through the US practices of Citizenship-based taxation.  Consequently, to affect change, we first need to educate Policy Makers and influencers such as the Media.  To do this, it will be important to create a **defensible** evidence base in support of our position.  
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 ===== Becoming a Wiki Editor ===== ===== Becoming a Wiki Editor =====
-This Wiki is intended to be a volunteer created resource.  Anyone can become an editor and create relevant content, subject to controls described below.+This Wiki is intended to be a **volunteer created resource**.  Anyone can request to become an editor and create relevant content, subject to the rules and controls described below.
   * [[wiki:start:editor_instructions|Instructions to become a Wiki Editor]]   * [[wiki:start:editor_instructions|Instructions to become a Wiki Editor]]
  
-===== Evidence Base Requirements =====FIXME => to be moved to a sub-page +===== Who we are ===== 
- +This wiki has been developed to complement our website: [[http://fixthetaxtreaty.org|Let's Fix the Australia/US Tax Treaty]]. For more about our groupplease see the [[http://fixthetaxtreaty.org/about/|About]] page on our website or [[https://www.facebook.com/groups/FixTheTaxTreaty/|join our Facebook group]].
-Evidence generation should satisfy the following criteria (modifiedafter [[:purpose_of|Unicef Advocacy Toolkit]]+
-  - Is the evidence grounded in solid research, preferably undertaken by experts? +
-     * Clear evidence – scale, severity, impact on lives +
-     * Based on research and rigour +
-     * “killer” statistics +
-  - Does the evidence highlight the root causes of the problem? +
-  - Does the evidence provide convincing solutions to the problem? +
-     * Feasible solutions ...  Reliable & relevant +
-  - Is the evidence complimented with qualitative analysis when it is quantitative, and vice versa? +
-  - Is the evidence complimented by human impact stories that highlight the personal and human dimensions of the problem +
-  - Can the evidence be easily disseminated? +
-  - Is the evidence timely? +
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