ZA COM MR-AAO-002
Action Committee on Southern Africa [Actie Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika] : [Part 1]
- 1972 - 1991 (Accumulation)
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AKZA was a national organisation based in the Flemish-speaking part of Belgium. It operated from 1972-1991 and developed out of progressive student organisations. It started as the Flemish Angola Committee and supported the liberation movements directly. They organised numerous boycott campaigns and was instrumental in the formation of the largest social action coalition in Flanders, the Flemish Anti-Apartheid Coalition (Vlaamse Anti-Apartheid Koalitie - VAAK). It also collaborated with other AAMs and was part of the Liaison Group of Anti-Apartheid Movements within the European Community (known as the Liaison Group).
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Action Committee on Southern Africa was first known as the Flemish Angola Committee.