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This podcast is presented by GuyChristian Agbor, social scientist, anti-corruption and anti-IFFs strategist. The objective of this podcast is the promotion of SDG 16: "promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels in the global community" by debating issues of peace, Human Rights, Corruption, Illicit Financial Flows, Rule of law and Strong Institutions.
17 Episodes
Celebrating the 5 years Anniversary of the Panama Papers with Will Fitzgibbon, Investigative Journalist @ the ICIJ. Five years ago today, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and more than 100 media partners around the globe began publishing an investigation that would become a byword for exposing financial chicanery and political corruption: The Panama Papers. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY PANAMA PAPERS  (ICIJ).
Candid but honest conversation with Former UK SFO prosecutor Lloydette Bai-Marrow on Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) & Non Prosecutorial Agreement (NPA) process with the U.K. SFO, lack of insensitive in the whistleblower program, and of course about Africa.Lloydette Bai-Marrow is a former Principal Investigative Lawyer at the U.K’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO). She specialises in the investigation of top-tier and high profile complex bribery, fraud and corruption cases, involving some of the biggest corporations in the U.K. and globally. Lloydette was the Case Lawyer for the second Deferred Prosecution Agreement ever entered into by the SFO – deeply involved in the drafting and negotiating of the agreement. Her experience includes investigating and helping to bring to court both domestic and foreign entities and individuals, negotiating extradition requests and working with law enforcement agencies and government institutions in other jurisdictions. Lloydette has extensive experience of working within the U.K.’s criminal justice system as a prosecutor and has worked in a number of government departments including the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), and the Revenue and Customs Prosecution Office (now part of CPS). She has lectured on various legal topics at the University of London and the Open University. Lloydette has also designed and delivered training to diverse audiences within the public and private sectors. Lloydette earned her B.A. (Hons) in Law with North American Studies from Sussex University in 2004, her Postgraduate Diploma in Law from the College of Law in 2005 and her LLM in Law, Governance and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) in 2009. She is admitted as a Solicitor Advocate in England and Wales. She now runs her own boutique firm PARAMETRICS GLOBAL
This episode is a conversation with Mr. Alvin Mosioma, on the latest FACTI Report, more precisely about his opinion on the "14 recommendations to reform, redesign and revitalize the global architecture, so it can effectively foster financial integrity for sustainable development". Also, we slightly touched on current issues of International Taxation pertaining to Africa. Mr. Alvin Mosioma is the founding Executive Director of Tax Justice Network Africa, a Pan-African Advocacy and Research Network of 31 members in 16 African countries working on Tax Justice and curbing of IFFs from Africa. Mr. Mosioma who served as the Chair of the Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) is a leading voice on tax policy in Africa and has spear headed numerous civil society campaigns in Africa since 2007. Mosioma served as member of the steering committee Open Government Partnership and currently serves as a member of the advisory board for Plateforme de Protection des Lanceurs d’Alerte en Afrique (PPLAAF) and on the board of the coordinating committee of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice (GATJ). Over the past 15 years, he has published a number of articles and reports on fiscal policy in Africa and has also co-authored two books on taxation and development in Africa. He holds a master’s degree in economics from the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. His special interest areas include fiscal policy, international taxation, financial regulation and natural resource governance.For more information about FACTI PANEL: Where you can explore the full report or a summary version of the report.
Fascinante conversation sur les problèmes des Flux Financiers Illicites et la  corruption en Afrique avec l’Honorable Miarom Begoto, Président du Conseil Consultatif  de l’Union Africaine sur la Corruption. Hon. Miarom est un ressortissant tchadien. Il a été élu membre de l'AUABC lors de la 30ème session ordinaire du Conseil exécutif de l'Union africaine qui s'est tenue à Addis-Abeba, Ethiopie du 25 au 27 janvier 2017. Il a prêté serment le 24 juillet 2017 lors de la session inaugurale du Conseil tenue à Arusha, République-Unie de Tanzanie, au siège de l'AUABC. Hon. Miarom a été élu par ses pairs à la présidence du Conseil lors de la même session, pour un mandat renouvelable de 2 ans.. 
THIS EPISODE IS IN FRENCH :Conversation détaillée sur la BGFI, la GECAMINES, la Famille KABILA, et LE STATUT DES DENONCIATEURS EN AFRIQUE pour plus d’informations sur les lanceurs d’alertes
 This episode  is about why Africa loses nearly $89-billion a year in illicit financial flows. South Africa loses the equivalent of 22.38% of its health budget, an amount that would pay the yearly salaries of more than 1 million nurses.  The instrumentalization of foreign aid as well  globalization and development. We also cover the role of multinationals in Illicit Financial Flows in Africa, the role of independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation in IFFs, and many other issues. Irene Ovonji-Odida was appointed to the AU/ UNECA High Level Panel on Illicit Financial flows from 2012-2015. She actively contributed to the process and report. She is currently a member of the Illicit Financial Flows Task Force Pan African Lawyers Union, Tax Steering Group South Centre and Independent Commission ICRICT.
A technical conversation on IFFs and Anti-Corruption of PERU with Dr. Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez, an Assistant Professor at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies of Kyoto University (Japan). For the past decade, he has been involved in policy research and practice, focusing on corruption tolerance and the political characteristics of national anti-corruption reforms. Currently, Dr. Pozsgai is engaged in the development of the Daily Corruption: News Feed & Data Base project ( in partnership with various NGOs in Latin America, as well as related research activities.For more information about him please go
Technical conversation on issue of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the FCPA, settlement mechanism in corruption cases, Arbitration and Corruption with Prof. Abiola Makinwa, a Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law with a special focus on Anti-Corruption Law and Policy at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands. Abiola was called to the Nigerian Bar and previously lectured at the Lagos State University, Lagos, Nigeria. She is a member of the International Compliance Association and Chair of the Structured Criminal Settlements subcommittee of the International Bar Association AntiCorruption Committee. Abiola holds a Ph.D. from Erasmus University Rotterdam, focusing on the role of private actors and the importance of public/private dialogue and dispute resolution in the fight against corruption.
A fascinating conversation to demystify international taxation with specific issues of concern to the developing countries, with Prof. Allison Christians, a tax law scholar and the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in Tax Law at the McGill University Faculty of Law/Faculte de Droit in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Her research and teaching focus on Canadian and U.S. Domestic and broader international tax law and policies issues, with an emphasis on the relationship between taxation and economic development and on the role of government and non-government and actors in the creation of tax policy norms. 
Fascinating conversation on international taxation issues from the developing countries prospective with KIM HENARES, ICRIT Commisioner, an International Consultant providing tax, legal and management consultancy for various entities, domestic and international. She is a member of the UNESCAP Eminent Expert Group on Tax Policy and Public Expenditure Management and the UN Committee of Experts on International.
This episode focuses on anti-corruption. A fascinating conversation with Richard Messick on different issues of international corruption and Illicit Financial Flows. Richard is a former Chief Counsel of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations who has also worked at the World Bank on legal and judicial reform and anticorruption projects. He is now a senior contributor of the Global Anti-Corruption Blog. For more information go to
Fascinating conversation with Matthew PAGE on Dubai Property: An Oasis for Nigeria’s Corrupt Political Elites and for more details download the report @:
Unscripted and unedited conversation with Tutu Alicante (Founder and Executive Director of EG JUSTICE) on HOW TO CATCH A KLEPTOCRAT. If you need more information please go to: https://www.egjustice.info
An exciting conversation with Alex Cobham (an economist and chief executive of the Tax Justice Network and author of THE UNCOUNTED) on IFFs and International Taxation, Financial Secrecy Index, and the Tax Justice Network and for more information please go to:



Virtual fascinating and unscripted conversation with PLO LUMUMBA on Illicit Financial Flows in Africa, and on other issues of concerning Africa.
In deep and fascinating conversation on Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) and their impacts in the developing countries as well as what the solutions are to reduce these flows. This organization produces annual reports on IFFs and does advocate for the eradication of IFFs in the developing world. for more information please go to
Goal16 Introduction

Goal16 Introduction


This episode is a presentation of what Goal 16 is all about. From its inception in 2015 by the GA of the UN concerned about the development of developing countries and the mobilization of financial resources and the eradication of the threats of international homicide, violence against children, human trafficking and sexual violence which are important to address, to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development. They pave the way for the provision of access to justice for all and for building effective, accountable institutions at all levels. This episode projects to discuss in future episodes the 12 targets that composed SDG 16: the Rule of Law, Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption, Children's Rights, Transnational Crimes, Democracy and Strong Institutions, Building Capacities, Tax Treaties, and other important issues.
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