Tove Maria Ryding leads the tax justice team in the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) - a network of 59 non-governmental organisations from 28 European countries working on issues related to tax, debt and development finance. In this role, she coordinates policy, advocacy and campaign initiatives focused on making multinational enterprises and the wealthy pay their fair share of tax. She is also a member of the European Commission’s Platform on Tax Good Governance, and has monitored and commented on several key international tax-processes, including the OECD's processes on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) and taxation of the digitalized economy, as well as the United Nation's Tax Committee (UNTC) and the UN Financing for Development negotiations.
She has furthermore co-authored several reports on international taxation, including Tax Games, the Race to the Bottom and Survival of the Richest. Eurodad is one of two European representatives in the coordination committee of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice.