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Documents de référence | Mobilisation des ressources locales

* La mobilisation de ressources publiques et l’aide en Afrique (2010)

* Mobilisation des ressources intérieures au Sénégal par Souleymane Diallo

* Mobilisation de Ressources intérieures au Sénégal

* Domestic Resource Mobilisation for Poverty Reduction in East Africa : Lessons for Tax Policy and Administration

* Amélioration de la mobilisation des ressources intérieures par la politique fiscale

* Mobilisation des ressources financières domestiques

* De l’aide extérieure à la mobilisation des ressources locales

* The Imperatives for Domestic Resource Mobilization for Sustained Post-Crisis Recovery and Growth in SSA

* The Imperatives for Domestic Resource Mobilization for Sustained Post-Crisis Recovery and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa

* Mobilisation des recettes fiscales intérieures pour le développement en Afrique

* Mobiliser des ressources pour la transformation structurelle

* Mobilisation des recettes dans les pays en développement

* Le financement pour le développement en Afrique

* Mobiliser les ressources intérieures pour sortir de la crise

* Mobilisation des ressources intérieures à travers l’Afrique : tendances, défis et possibilités d’action

* Voice and Accountability for Human Development : A UNDP Global Strategy to Strengthen Civil society and Civic Engagement

* Bank Group Capacity Development Strategy

* Domestic Resource Mobilization across Africa : Trends, Challenges and Policy Options

* Mobilizing Domestic Tax Revenues for Development in Africa

* Mobilisation des recettes fiscales intérieures pour le développement en Afrique

* Mobilisation des ressources intérieures à travers l’Afrique : tendances, défis et possibilités d’action

* The Imperatives For Domestic Reource Mobilization for Sustained Post-Crisis Recovery and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa

* Trade, Investment and Domestic Resource Mobilization

* Development Finance in Africa : Update of the 2008 Report

* African Economic Outlook : Public Resource Mobilization and AId in Africa

* The Global Financial Crisis and Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa

* Corruption, Growth, and Public Finances

* Revenue Mobilization in Sub-Saharan Africa : Challenges from Globalization

* Is Africa a Net Creditor ? New Estimates of Capital Flight from Highly indebted Sub-Saharan African Countries 1970-1996

* UNCAC, Article 2 (d)

* UNCAC, Chapter III, Article 20

* Guillermo Jorge, ‘Notes on Asset Recovery in the U.N. Convention against Corruption’.

* World Bank Unveils Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative, World Bank press release, 14 April 2007.

* Dev Kar and Karly Curcio, ‘Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries : 2000 – 2009’, (Washington, DC : Global Financial Integrity, January 2011)

* Development aid rose in 2009 and most donors will meet 2010 targets. OECD press release.

* Antoine Dulin and Jean Merckaert, ‘Stolen Assets – Dictators’ Wealth and Western Connivance’ (Paris, France : Catholic
Committee against Hunger and for Development, March 2007).

* Jack Smith et al, ‘The Recovery of Stolen Assets : A Fundamental Principle of the UN Convention against Corruption’, U4 brief
(Bergen, Norway : CMI, 2007).

* John Christensen, ‘Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who’s the Most Corrupt of All ?, Paper presented at the World Social Forum, Nairobi, Kenya. January 2007. Dev Kar and Devon
Cartwright-Smith, 2008.

* Tax haven crackdown could deliver $120bn a year to fight poverty, Oxfam press release, 13 March 2009.

* Global Witness, ‘Undue Diligence : How Banks do Business with Corrupt Regimes’ (London, UK : Global Witness, March 2009).

* EURODAD Fact Sheet : Capital Flight Diverts Development Finance (2008).

* TI(UK), “Combating Money Laundering and Recovering Looted Gains” (London, UK : TI(UK), 2009). Richard Murphy, Putting the UK’s House in Order, Tax Research UK blog
* OECD Tax Haven Criteria

* OECD, ” A Progress Report on the Jurisdictions Surveyed by the OECD Global Forum in Implementing the Internationally
Agreed Tax Standard
”, 1 April 2011.

* Tax Justice Network, ‘Identifying Tax Havens and Offshore Finance Centres

* John Christensen, ‘Africa’s Bane : Tax Havens, Capital Flight and the Corruption Interface’, Real Instituto Elcano Working Paper (Madrid, Spain : Real Instituto Elcano, 2009). Also see : US Bureau of International
Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, ’2010 INCSR : Major Money Laundering Countries’ (Washington, DC : US State
Department, 2010).

* ‘Transparency International (France) lodges a civil party petition in stolen assets case’. TI Press release, 2 December 2008.

* See : www.fatf-gafi.org/pages/0,3417,en_32250379_32236836_1_1_1_1_1,00.html.

* Basel Institute on Governance, ‘Implementing the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) : Compliance and Gap Analysis
Bangladesh
’ (Basel, Switzerland : Basel Institute on Governance, 2008).

* “Swiss ‘Duvalier Law’ Eases Rules on Seizure of Dictators’ Assets”, Bloomberg, 1 February 2011.

* EU initiatives to fight orgnaised crime and corruption – A case for increased asset recovery”, Speech of Cecilia Malmstrom, Member of the European Commission responsible for Home Affairs, 9 December 2010.

* The Asset Recovery Knowledge Centre of the Basel Institute.

* Asset Recovery Experts Network.

* The Transparency International Bangkok Declaration, Bangkok, Thailand, 9 November 2010.

Publié le 6 août 2011