Adam Randon - Programme Manager, International Centre for Tax and Development
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Prior to joining IDS Adam worked in the development NGO sector as a trusts and foundations fundraiser and reporting manager. Adam has also worked in a variety of roles within the National Health Service. Adam has a B.A. degree in Peace Studies and a M.A. degree in International Development, both from the University of Bradford.
Adam's current role is Programme Manager for the International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD) - a multinational consortium of researchers and research institutions jointly financed by DFID and NORAD, which conducts research and develops knowledge to improve the quality and quantity of debate around issues of taxation within developing countries, with a particular focus on sub-Saharan Africa. The programme is managed from IDS, and Adam is the primary contact for all queries related to the research and operations of the centre.
Before working on the ICTD programme Adam was Project Coordinator for the Centre for the Future State - a ten year development research consortium that was operational from 2000-2010. The Centre has now ceased all research operations and the final synthesis report from the second phase (2005-2010) 'An Upside Down View of Governance' is available for free download from the IDS website. Adam remains the primary contact person for all queries relating to the centre's operations and research.