2. Project title as used in publicity and others materials
3. Project number282-184
4. Year of Call2011-12
5. Project start month and year01/2013
6. Project finish month and year12/2015
7. Name and location of lead CSO or LA

United Kingdom
8. Name and country of project partners based in the EU






9. Total project budget (in Euro):
10. EC contribution to total project budget (percent):
11. Main approach of the projectfocussing on a global learning approach within non-formal education
12.Main project on-line information channels used by the project: Website: www.notaxfraud.eu and http://waronwant.org/fighting-corporate-parasites
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/European-Public-Service-Unions-EPSU/210131205692325
Twitter: @taxjustice_
13. Project background: Why is the project taking place? Why is the need form the project?To ensure greater awareness and understanding of the importance of tax in delivering development and public services, there is a need to build awareness of tax justice and the MDGs in sub-Saharan Africa among EU public service workers
14. Overall objective of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)
15. Specific objectives of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)
16. Expected results of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)
17. Main themes and geographical areas addressed by the project
18. Project participants, audiences, target groups, beneficiaries. Please select all that apply and for each state the numbers actively engaged in the project to dated) Non-formal educators (e.g. youth leaders, community, adult, trade union educators)
19. Other beneficiaries not listed above
20. Main activities used by the project to engage its participants, audience and target group
21. Other major activities not listed above
22. Please give a short description of the major result or success of the project so far. (If you project is less than 1 year old feel free to ignore this question)At least 5883 individuals from trade unions in UK, Sweden, Ireland, Spain, and Austria received face to face training on the issues of tax justice and international development. 1,150 people were engaged in the project at national trade union events; and 76 young people were trained in the UK & Sweden; and over 19,3946 actions were taken in support of the tax justice agenda; 53 Swedish tax staff were able to learn first-hand from Bernard Adjei from GPSWU of the impact of tax dodging in SSA countries. a final good outocme was greater inter-EU cooperation on tax and other issues between EU unions.