Founded in Nairobi in 2016 as the Working Group on Tax with the support of leading intellectuals, scholars and lawyers we represented a strong African voice in decision-making circles which affected our continent's social, economic and financial security.
We invite all students, globally, to apply to our annual mentorship program.
As the program launches our mentees bring their ideas about goals and objectives they would like to accomplish and their paired mentor then begins providing guidance, sharing professional development experience and participate in candid conversations intended to build confidence, trust and we hope, a lasting relationship.
Our mentees are trained on writing blogs, policy briefs, research papers, journal articles and designing primers. They are given an opportunity to moderate webinars, give a talk, assist on our training courses and shadow CFS Leadership.
Click here to learn more about our Mentorship Program CFS Leadership
The 4 founding members of CFS offer strategic guidance and articulate CFS aspirations. They work together as the Executive Board to do everything within their capacity to bring CFS vision to reality. CFS membership comprises of the Chair, Vice Chair, Researchers, Fellows, Interns and Partners who work together to influence the future of fiscal law and policy research.
We are affiliated with the Faculty of Law, University of Nairobi
CFS is based at the Faculty of Law, University of Nairobi at its Parklands Campus in Nairobi.