Monthly Archive October 2017

Call for Expressions of Interest to Map Literature, Policies and Stakeholders on Illicit Transfers and Tax Reforms in Egypt, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa

Download the PDF version of the call here Africa is said to be losing billions of dollars every year to tax dodging and illicit outflows. Governments and multinational organisations are reportedly responsible for the loss of about USD50 billion yearly in illicit transfers as they are engaged in activities that pose challenges to tax reforms […]

AuthorAID sponsored workshop promotes the integration of gender dimensions in the work of African social science researchers

By AuthorAID Team | Oct. 16, 2017  |Re-posted from Dr Pauline Ngimwa, Programme Manager for Professional Development and Training at the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (, describes a recent INASP-supported workshop to pilot a module on Engendering Social Science Research Methods held in Kenya on June 5-6, 2017. Co-designing with learners […]