The African Parliamentary Network on Illicit Financial Flows and Taxation (APNIFFT) was launched in 2015 and provides a platform for African legislators to undertake advocacy related dialogue and debate in a simplified manner on Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs), tax governance and Domestic Resource Mobilisation (DRM) in Africa. APNIFFT has a basic governance structure and constitution. It includes parliamentarians who are members of both national and regional parliaments. As of 2017, APNIFFT had recruited 72 members from 11 African countries. TJNA provides coordination support to APNIFFT and facilitates trainings. The focus of these trainings is to build the capacity of parliamentarians to understand and debate issues related to IFFs and fair taxation systems.
- Become a member: Link to registration form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Pidv84NlhU6pjRmiyedsKsOInutDxthJsC_rFZp2GoVUMzg5WFRFMFdaTU1ZV0ZCWTRHTEhUMDM4UC4u
- Learn more about this year’s capacity building (Link to current and standalone APNIFFT page with link to training registration form, concept note, programme, publications, partners, communication toolkit, etc.)
- APNIFFT 2016 (Link to previous APNIFFT’s page with concept note, programme, publications, communication toolkit, …)
- APNIFFT 2017 (same)
- APNIFFT 2018 (same)