"We are better off if we are all at the same level. If we were all equal, we could all have control of our own affairs."
Barbara Chinyeu lives in Zambia, one of the world's fastest-growing economies. But she's living in poverty, like three-quarters of the population in this country. While Barbara struggles to grow vegetables to support her family, multinational mining companies make huge amounts of money in her country. These giant corporations use international tax rules to avoid paying their fair share, meaning that families like Barbara's lose out.