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The Coalition of the North-South movement in Flanders 11.11.11, more commonly called "11.11.11"is the coalition of NGOs, unions, movements and various solidarity groups in Flanders (Dutch speaking Northern part of Belgium) who work together to achieve one common goal: a fair world without poverty. Its main mission is to influence public authorities but also private companies to adopt a more constructive approach respectful of people's needs and rights in their policy decisions and practices in favor of sustainable development in the South.


11.11.11 targets first and foremost the Belgian authorities, the European Union and international institutions like the World Bank and the WTO, as well as private companies.


In Africa, this organization focuses on Central Africa, in particular the DRC, Rwanda and Burundi.


Contact with partners allows them to work on issues such as democratization, human rights and (the right to) development and then conduct advocacy work for better regulation of multilateral interventions and monitoring of international financial mechanisms as the Strategy Document for Poverty Reduction and the Cotonou Agreement.

Country(-ies) of operation/intervention in Central Africa: 
Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Rwanda
Thematic areas of focus : 
Natural Resources, Peace & Security, Land conflict, Sexual and Gender-based violence, Democracy, Development aid, Fight against impunity & reconciliation, Fight against corruption, Human rights