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About Us
The African Coalition for Corporate Accountability (ACCA) was launched with the support of Global Rights in November 2013.

To date, the ACCA has 132 members organisations from 32 African countries which support African communities and individuals whose human rights are adversely impacted daily by the activities of corporations, both multi-national and domestic.

ACCA gathers civil society organisations working on issues ranging from mining and other extractive industries, public and private security sector accountability, natural resource rights, including land acquisition, tenure and property rights, financial regulatory policy, as well as accountability mechanisms for human and people’s rights, and environmental rights.

ACCA uses policy advocacy, evidence-based research, capacity-building and technical support to promote community rights, as affected by businesses, at regional and international levels, while also focusing on national domestication and implementation of regional and international mechanisms.