Organised by Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA), a pan-African research and advocacy organisation established in 2007 and a member of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ). Through its Nairobi Secretariat, TJNA collaborates closely with its member organisations and other civil society partners across Africa to curb Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) and promote progressive taxation systems. TJNA advocates for pro-poor tax policies and the strengthening of tax systems to promote Domestic Resource Mobilisation (DRM).
Capacity building for members of Parliaments will take place on 5th – 7th September 2019 in Tunis, Tunisia
This is a network of members of Parliament from across the continent who have expressed a desire and commitment to spearhead the fight against illicit financial flows in Africa. Currently the Network boasts a membership of 64 MPs (16 women and 48 men) drawn from across the continent.