Taxation plays a crucial role in social and economic development. A country’s means and ability to strengthen its domestic resources through taxation will be decisive in reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The TaxCapDev network facilitates discussions, shares insights and supports policy dialogues on taxation and capital flight. The network is a meeting place for people from research, civil society, tax authorities, development agencies organizations and more.
The network is a partnership between Chr. Michelsen Institute, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Tax Justice Network – Norway, African Tax Institute (ATI), The Alliance for Rebuilding Governance in Africa (ARGA), and Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College. The network also has affiliates in Nordic countries. More info and contacts below.
Contact the network: firstname.lastname@example.org
The network is funded by the Research Council of Norway
The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs carries out research and disseminates findings on global power relations, security policy, development issues, international economics and Norwegian foreign policy.
The Norwegian network was established in 2010. TJN Norway is an independent organization, and a part of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice. We have 20 Norwegian member organizations, and are funded primarily through membership dues, project funding and smaller donations. Since 2013, TJN Norway has received a framework agreement grant from the Norwegian Development Agency, Norad, and we have received project funding from among others the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Norwegian Research Council.