La Fondation Thomson Reuters, en partenariat avec TrustAfrica, recherche des journalistes parlant couramment le français basés dans toute l’Afrique pour participer à une initiative de formation intensive en ligne afin de les préparer à enquêter sur les flux financiers illicites en Afrique.
La formation, qui sera consacrée aux flux financiers illicites, aux enquêtes sur les entreprises, aux comptes et aux budgets, ainsi qu’aux techniques d’enquête, sera dispensée en ligne entre le 26 octobre 2020 et le 20 novembre 2020. Les journalistes retenus seront ensuite invités à participer à un programme de mentorat destiné à les accompagner dans la réalisation de reportages portant sur les flux financiers illicites.
We, the Parliamentarians, Human Rights Defenders and the Academia, representing around 260 million people in the world discriminated on the basis of work and descent (DWD), have gathered together from 15 countries in different continents in virtual conference on 14 September, 2020.
We thank the Permanent Mission of Germany to United Nations at New York for hosting our conference which is determined to work towards the total elimination of discrimination based on work and descent, casteism, antigypsyism, traditional and contemporary forms of slavery and other analogous forms of discrimination.
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Grantmaking for the Kiisi Trust officially began in early 2018, after the inaugural Advisory Council gave their first grant recommendations to the Board of Trustees in December 2017. Currently, the Kiisi Trust gives out small grants of less than $10,000 in 7 thematic areas (peacebuilding, health, education/ adult literacy, youth skills development/ SME support, women’s programs, agriculture/ environmental rights, and governance/voice/ accountability). Projects are a minimum of six-months and a maximum of 12-months, depending on the project activities and objectives. Grant cycles are administered twice during the fiscal year (April – March), with a grantees’ forum conducted at the end of each grant cycle that officially signals the start of funded projects in that cycle.
Learning to live with COVID-19 while fighting its spread was part of the decisions made by TrustAfrica. One of the strategies was to organize or participate in debates and exchange of ideas through webinars.
On Monday, September 7, 2020 TrustAfrica, in partnership with Southern Africa Trust and African Philanthropy Network and under the umbrella of Community Immunity successfully organized a roundtable discussion under the topic Pursuing Co-Operative Purpose in the Time of COVID-19 in Africa. The purpose of this webinar was to present and unpack the vision, themes and activities of the Community immunity initiative. The panelists at the webinar were Dr Ebrima Sall, Executive Director of TrustAfrica, Masego Madzwamuse, the CEO of Southern Africa Trust, and Stigmata Tenga, Executive Director of African Philanthropy Network. The webinar was moderated by our colleague, Briggs Bomba. To watch it again, click here.
TrustAfrica is proud to be part of a civil-society funder collaborative called ZimbabweAlliance with solidarity partners that have included Wallace Global Foundation, Schooner Foundation, and Humanity United over the past 10 years. Through ZimbabweAlliance we have supported critical efforts in Zimbabwe, including support through constitutional expert Alex Magaisa to the historic Constitution development process which culminated in a new Constitution in 2013; seed funding to nascent movements which have grown into powerhouses such as Magamba Network and NAYO who are now anchor partners in Accountability Lab Zimbabwe; and most recently support to the Citizens’ Manifesto. Citizens’ Manifesto has become a vibrant convergence platform for progressive citizens, local community collectives, civil society, and activists in pursuit of a Better a Zimbabwe For All.