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One Year after the Paradise papers: Should We Keep the Hope Alive?
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One Year after the Paradise papers: Should We Keep the Hope Alive?

IFF POLICY BRIEFS Introduction On November 5th 2017, a set of 13.4 million confidential electronic files relating to offshore investments went public in what was known as the paradise papers (link). The files exposed over 120,000 people and multinational companies engaged in Illicit Financial Flows[i] (IFFs) practices including tax evasion, corruption and aggressive tax planning…

Remove Anti-Money Laundering Loophole in the Kenyan Finance Act 2018 to Curb Terrorism
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Remove Anti-Money Laundering Loophole in the Kenyan Finance Act 2018 to Curb Terrorism

Remove Anti-Money Laundering Loophole in the Kenyan Finance Act 2018 to Curb Terrorism A version of this article was first published in the Daily Nation 24 January 2019 Al-Shabaab’s latest terrorist attack at the DusitD2 hotel and business complex on Tuesday 15 January 2018, provides an opportunity to strengthen Kenya’s Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing…

Holiday Greetings!!!
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Holiday Greetings!!!

TO FRIENDS OF TJNA, As the holiday season is here with us, we are grateful to those who made TJNA successes possible: our partners, the Board, members and staff. It’s been quite a year for us all and we hope that 2018 has been just as memorable for you too. We look forward to our…

Security starts with you
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Security starts with you

“Security starts with you!” That was the closing line of a campaign led by the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta in 2014. The publicity drive that had been crafted by the Presidential Strategic Communications Unit, was launched at the height of unprecedented terror-attacks across the country. While the campaign may have had a lot to…

Peeling back the Mask: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for Policy Influence and Advocacy
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Peeling back the Mask: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for Policy Influence and Advocacy

The world officially began the implementation of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in January 2016. The 17 SDGs are set to address urgent global challenges over the next 15 years (United Nations, 2016)[1]. To realise the desired outcomes, a rigorous monitoring and evaluation of the achievements of SDGs is paramount. Policy influence…

New Africa Day. New Africa Dream?
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New Africa Day. New Africa Dream?

Another Africa Day is here. What can we celebrate for?  My dream has been that each year, a day like this should project a new dawn for Africa. As Africans we should be counting our achievements as we celebrate a new Africa.  An Africa where there is access to potable water, quality education, security and…

Africa Media Training Programme 2018
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Africa Media Training Programme 2018

TJNA’s 4th African Media Training theme, ‘Investigating corruption and illicit financial flows in Africa’ responds to a growing interest on corruption and illicit financial flows fed by a series of financial scandals, key African high level policy documents and regional institutions. Corruption and illicit financial flows in Africa seemed to exit public debate until latest scandals….

Africa spends more money on roads than on health
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Africa spends more money on roads than on health

Kenyan, Jason Braganza, is the Deputy Executive Director of Tax Justice Network Africa, one of the most active continental networks in the Tax Justice sector. Jason, in addition, is a regular interlocutor of the Tax Justice Network (Latin America and the Caribbean) whenever the South-South dialogue calls for joint efforts in the global agenda against illicit financial…

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About TJNA

The Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) is a Pan-African initiative and a member of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice. Launched in January 2007 during the World Social Forum (WSF) held in Nairobi, TJN-A promotes socially- just, accountable and progressive taxation systems in Africa. It advocates for tax policies with pro-poor outcomes and tax systems that curb public resource leakages and enhance domestic resource mobilisation.

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