Africa Day 2017: Civil society calls for greater efforts in stemming illicit financial flows

54 years later, the continent has little to show by way of poverty eradication and economic progress NAIROBI, 25 May...

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Global discussions on illicit financial flows hit a snag

Financing for Development meeting fails to give the global combat against capital outflows much- needed impetus. NEW YORK, 24 May 2017...

TJNA's Executive Director, Alvin Mosioma, looks on during H.E Thabo Mbeki and former S.G to the UNECA, Carlos Lopez's endorsement of the Stop the Bleeding Campaign.

World gathers at UN, but stymies UN’s role in tax and transparency

**From the Financial Integrity Coalition** As negotiators met in New York to discuss how to pay for development, new agreements...

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Launch of the Stop the Bleeding Campaign in Burundi/ Lancement de la campagne nationale

Il y a un an, le Consortium international des journalistes d’investigation a publié des centaines de documents de la firme...

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AMV country case study launched in Tanzania

DODOMA, 15 May 2017 – Tax Justice Network Africa today launched a report on the implementation of the Africa Mining Vision...

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TJNA, AMDC publish outcome document of colloquium on commodities

NAIROBI, 10 May 2017- The final outcome document for the 8 March 2017 conference on Africa’s response to falling global...

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Zimbabwean students join campaign against illicit financial flows

BULAWAYO, 15 April 2017– The Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) facilitated an awareness raising session on the Stop The...

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International Financial Centre or Tax Haven?

Civil Society warns against the enactment of the Nairobi International Financial Centre Bill 2016 NAIROBI, 20 March 2017– Nairobi risks...

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TJNA's Executive Director, Alvin Mosioma, looks on during H.E Thabo Mbeki and former S.G to the UNECA, Carlos Lopez's endorsement of the Stop the Bleeding Campaign.

Africa loses approximately US$50 billion annually through Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs). The AU/ECA’s High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows report and other studies argue that Africa lost over US$1 trillion through IFFs in the last 50 years – an amount similar to Official Development Assistance in the same period. READ MORE

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2017 marks a great milestone for Tax Justice Network- Africa- TJN-A clocks ten years of existence. Ten years of promoting tax justice in Africa. Ten years of consistent work in pushing tax justice from the backburner to the forefront of public agenda. READ MORE

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