A big thank you to everyone who expressed interest in the 2017 Pan African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows and Tax!
Please see below links to the presentations made during the conference. For more information please send an email to email@example.com.
- Illicit vs. Illegal: Campaign to subvert the SDGs (Alex Cobham)
- Illicit vs. Illegal (Gamal Ibrahim)
- A learning by doing approach to tax audit assistance (James Karanja)
- Illicit Financial Flows: Concepts and scope (Peter Chowla)
- Why reform taxation?
- International Financial Architecture (James Karanja)
This is the fifth time that Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) is convening this a meeting of some of the greatest minds on the continent (and beyond) to discuss pertinent and emerging issues on the IFFs agenda.
The discussions this year built on those had during previous similar fora, providing a platform for different stakeholders from Africa and beyond to articulate problems and propose solutions towards curbing illicit financial flows from the continent.
PAC 2017 brought together actors drawn from governments, CSOs, research, academia and other relevant players to deliberate on the emerging attempts to recast and reshape the IFFs narrative and methodology and what this would signify for the struggle against IFFs in Africa. The Conference will also provide opportunity to take stock of the success made so far and challenges facing African governments in their efforts to honour their commitments to stem IFFs through the implementation of the High Level Panel (HLP) recommendations.
The discussions will contribute and feed into ongoing efforts by the Consortium to Stem IFFs from Africa which was established as a follow-up mechanism to support the implementation of the recommendations of the High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa. The Panel’s report was the single most important document underpinning the adoption of SDG target 16.4, to reduce IFFs.
- Tax Justice Network Africa
- The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
- The Global Alliance for Tax Justice
- The Africa Capacity Building Foundation
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
- Financial Transparency Coalition
- Trust Africa
- Tax Justice Network
- The Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation