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Public support, from the global academic community and wider general public, is vital for ASAP to carry out it’s important mission of challenging poverty and inequality in all its forms. Part of ASAP’s uniqueness is to provide a crucial bridge between the academic world, policy-makers and practitioners. Without the kind support of donors like you, we cannot maintain our charitable status and continue to conduct innovative research that provides cutting-edge evidence to tackle some of the world’s most pressing poverty challenges.
We are currently at an exciting point in the charity’s history, looking to expand membership, establish new chapters and launch a series of innovative projects. Details of some of the networks upcoming initiatives in 2020 can be found below.
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Upcoming Projects for 2020
Conference on the Taxation of the Extractive Industry in Zambia
Governments and corporations the world over are increasingly looking to tap into Africa’s wealth of natural resources. Yet, historically, many African countries have struggled to translate revenues from their reserves into broad-based development that has the potential to lift many of the continents people out of extreme poverty.
The East and Southern Africa Chapter is the newest edition to the ASAP network and family. Later this year, it will hold a conference centring around the issue of taxation of the extractive industries in Africa and how current policies can and should be made to benefit the poorest. The conference will also mark the formal launch of the Chapter.
Academics, policymakers, business and sector specialists from around the world will converge in Lusaka to debate and formulate an exciting new agenda that aims to optimise the extractive revenue taxation system in Africa.
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