Tax Justice Network - Africa

For A Program To Promote More Equitable Tax Systems In Africa

Overview
Tax Justice Network-Africa brings together 29 civil society groups from across 16 African countries to promote socially just taxation systems and represent African perspectives in international tax reform discussions. This grant will help the network promote and reinforce a campaign to reduce or eliminate illicit financial flows from Africa and advocate for pro-poor tax policies. The network will also strengthen the capacity of national tax coalitions and enlist the support of media and trade unions to promote responsible tax practices in Africa.
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George Padmore Ridge | 2nd FL Wing ‘B’ | George Padmore Lane | KilimaniP. O. Box 25112-00100
Nairobi, Kenya
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for a program to promote more equitable tax systems in Africa  
Tax Justice Network - Africa brings together more than 30 civil society groups from across 16 African countries to promote socially just taxation systems and represent African perspectives in international tax reform discussions. This grant will enable the network to advocate for progressive and pro-poor tax policies; it will also support a campaign to reduce or eliminate illicit financial flows from Africa. The network will strengthen the capacity of national tax coalitions and enlist the support of media and trade unions to promote responsible tax practices in the region.
for a program to promote more equitable tax systems in Africa  
Tax Justice Network-Africa brings together 29 civil society groups from across 16 African countries to promote socially just taxation systems and represent African perspectives in international tax reform discussions. This grant will help the network promote and reinforce a campaign to reduce or eliminate illicit financial flows from Africa and advocate for pro-poor tax policies. The network will also strengthen the capacity of national tax coalitions and enlist the support of media and trade unions to promote responsible tax practices in Africa.
for a program to promote more equitable tax systems in Africa  
Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) brings together 23 civil society groups from across five African countries to promote socially just and progressive taxation systems in Africa while also representing African perspectives in international tax reform discussions. This grant would help TJN-A to generate empirical evidence on the costs of ineffective tax regimes and to advocate for the pro-poor tax policies that are necessary to fund broad-based access to social services. TJN-A would also strengthen the capacity of national tax coalitions and enlist the support of the media and trade unions to ensure that African countries adopt responsible tax practices.

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