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CSO activists

In Money Trail, Oxfam Novib together with others, offers two training courses, one in Asia (Bali, December 2018) and one in Africa (Nairobi, September 2019) on ‘Tax research and illicit finance’.

This training aims to build the research and advocacy capacity of CSO activists on tax and illicit financial flows. It intends to do this in an interactive way tailored towards the needs of participants, so that the training feeds into everyone’s daily work as much as possible. At the end of the training, CSOs increased knowledge and capacity to understand, research, monitor and analyze illicit finance and develop campaign ‘spikes’ with relevant policy asks and compellingly explain the outcomes of publications from investigative journalists to a much larger audience.

The first training was organized on Wednesday 12 – Saturday 15 December 2018 in Bali, Indonesia, together with The Prakarsa, SOMO and Oxfam in Indonesia. 

Apply for the second Corporate Tax Research and Illicit Finance Training for CSO activists

The second training, for African CSO activists, will be organized on Monday 30 September & Tuesday 1 October 2019, in Nairobi, Kenya. The training is organized in collaboration with Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Center and Tax Justice Network-Africa. It will take place two days ahead of the Pan African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows and Tax (Oct 2 & 3, 2019).

To see what type of topics will be discussed in this training, you can download a draft of the training program here. The content of the training will be further adjusted based on the survey results that we ask each applicant to fill out. Participants will also be selected based on these survey results. Limited financial support for participation can be provided.

If you want to apply to participate in this training, you can download the survey here. Please fill it out and send it back to Judith van Neck (judith.vanneck@oxfamnovib.nl), Joab Okanda (joab.okanda@oxfam.org) and to Robert Ssuuna (rssuuna@taxjusticeafrica.net) by June 28th, 2019.

If you have any questions regarding this training, do not hesitate to contact the training conveners via the above contact details.