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DOMESTIC REVENUE MOBILISATION AND TAX INCENTIVES AND THE IN EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY
SEATINI Uganda and the Stop the Bleeding (STB) Campaign are organising a multi-stakeholder online dialogue under the theme "Enhancing Domestic Revenue through Curbing Harmful Tax Incentives in the East African Community." The dialogue will be held on Friday, 13th August 2021 from 2:30 pm-4:30pmEAT.
African Conference on Debt and Development (AfCoDD)Virtual
In collaboration with its Pan-African Civil Society Organisations, and national and international partners, AFRODAD is launching its inaugural African Conference on Debt and Development (AfCoDD) on 25th-27th August 2021. The AfCoDD brings together political, technical, and civic leaders from Africa to deliberate and agree on commitments that safeguard the macroeconomic sustainability of the continent towards achieving the structural transformation espoused in Agenda 2063.
9th Pan African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows and Taxation Combatting IFFs to Bridge Africa’s Widening Inequality Gap
The Pan Africa Conference on Illicit Financial flows and Taxation is an annual convening that brings together key stakeholders involved in efforts to curb IFF and enhance domestic resource mobilisation in Africa. The platform draws together actors from governments, civil society, International organisations, legislators, media, academia and national campaigners to take stock of the current…
Reaffirming People’s Demand for a Pan African Agenda on Finance and DevelopmentEthiopia Addis Ababa
On Friday, 04 February 2022, The Stop the Bleeding (STB) Campaign is hosting a hybrid side session during the Africa Union (AU) Summit themed ‘Building resilience in nutrition on the African continent: Accelerate the human capital, social and economic development. The STB Campaign’s side session is themed “Reaffirming the People’s Demand for a Pan African…
Stop The Bleeding Consortia Midterm Strategic Review and Planning MeetingNaivasha
, the STB consortia is organising a mid-term retreat to take stock of what has worked, what has not worked, and what needs to be fine-tuned to turbocharge the campaign