The International Tax Justice Academy (ITJA) is an annual training programme that Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) launched in 2014. It is designed as a pan African initiative to bridge an existing knowledge gap on tax justice in Africa and to empower partners across Africa and beyond. This key capacity building programme is intended for CSOs, trade unions, students, researchers and academics
The Academy Objectives
The academy therefore sets out to;
- To provide basic knowledge on key tax justice themes.
- To initiate peer learning amongst participants, build alliances and promote engagement of key stakeholders on taxation in Africa and beyond.
- To highlight and bring forth depth discussions on the Stop the bleeding, to raise opportunities of engagement.
- To promote knowledge sharing and networking among stakeholders (CSOs, Journalists, Academics, Researchers and Trade unionists) working on tax justice issues on the continent and beyond.
- To increase and support advocacy in an effective manner through data analysis and information sharing.