Africa Media Training (AMT) is designed to improve the understanding and the capacity of African media practitioners to adequately report on tax, IFFs, tax justice and their linkages to the broader structural transformation of African economies. Four editions after its first in 2015, a total 107 journalists have been trained including 2017 alumnus, Emmanuel Dogbevi, of the Ghana Business News, who was part of the team behind the 2018 West Africa Leaks, a damming expose that revealed a dark web of tax evasion and avoidance by multinationals across the region. Areas of training include: scope of corruption and IFFs in Africa, Africa’s response, investigation techniques, etc.
- Learn more about this year’s media training (Link to current and standalone media training page with link to registration form, concept note, programme, publications, list of partners, communication toolkit, etc.)
- AMT 2016 (Link to previous AMT’s page with concept note, programme, publications, communication toolkit, …)
- AMT 2017 (same)
- AMT 2018 (same)