Civil Society call on world leaders to uphold commitments to development

CSO Forum officially opens at the 14th UNCTAD Conference NAIROBI, 16 July 2016– The international civil society is calling upon...

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331 Global Civil Society Organizations Demand that Members Affirm Development Mandate at United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) 14

NAIROBI, 14 July 2016-  Members of 331 civil society organizations (CSOs) including trade unions, farmers, development advocates, and public interest groups...

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UNCTAD CSO XIV Forum: Investment & Tax Treaties– Impact on domestic policy space & revenue mobilization

Organizers: Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ), Tax Justice Network- Africa (TJN-A) ActionAid International (AAI) Date: Thursday, 21 July, 11:30...

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African MPs support push against illicit financial flows

Policymakers lay foundation for consultative platform on tax issues NAIROBI, 7 July 2016– The Tax Justice Network–Africa (TJN-A) in collaboration with the...

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African Civil Society Call to Governments at UNCTAD 14

African Civil Society is calling on Governments at this 14th session of UNCTAD to rise up to the fundamental challenge...

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Poverty amidst plenty: How Africans are robbed of benefits of mineral wealth

Africa has not benefited substantially from its mineral wealth. It is, therefore, essential for resource-rich nations to tailor their economic...

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East Africa losing upto 2 billion dollars to unproductive tax incentives

Governments have taken few positive steps to curb loss of revenue DODOMA, 18 June 2016– A new report by Tax Justice...

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African Governments should harness taxation opportunities to improve investment in children

Taxation is the most sustainable and reliable source of domestic revenue to improve African governments’ investment in children- focused sectors...

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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.

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UNCTAD XIV CSO FORUM

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As part of the larger conference activities around UNCTAD XIV, Tax Justice Network- Africa is set to host the CSO Forum from 15 to 22 July 2016. Read More

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We seek to provide a platform for CSOs, researchers, media and other stakeholders to collaborate to promote socially just and progressive taxation systems as well as challenge policies, laws and systems- both local and international- that undermine Africa’s domestic resource mobilization efforts.

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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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