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List of active separatist movements in Africa

This is a list of currently active separatist movements in Africa. Separatism includes autonomism and secessionism. What is and is not considered an autonomist or secessionist movement is sometimes contentious. Entries on this list must meet three criteria:

  1. They are active movements with living, active members.
  2. They are seeking greater autonomy or self-determination for a geographic region (as opposed to personal autonomy).
  3. They are the citizen/peoples of the conflict area and do not come from another country.

Under each region listed is one or more of the following:

Contents

  • Algeria 1
  • Angola 2
  • British Overseas Territories 3
  • Cameroon 4
  • Central African Republic 5
  • Comoros 6
  • Congo 7
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo 8
  • Egypt 9
  • Equatorial Guinea 10
  • Ethiopia 11
  • France 12
  • Ivory Coast 13
  • Kenya 14
  • Libya 15
  • Mali 16
  • Mauritius 17
  • Malawi 18
  • Morocco 19
  • Namibia 20
  • Niger 21
  • Nigeria 22
  • Rwanda 23
  • Senegal 24
  • Somalia 25
  • South Africa 26
  • South Sudan 27
  • Sudan 28
  • Tanzania 29
  • Uganda 30
  • Zambia 31
  • Zimbabwe 32
  • See also 33
  • References 34

Algeria

Kabyle

Angola

Cabinda

British Overseas Territories

Chagos Islands (currently British Indian Ocean Territory)

(The Chagossians wish to have the right of return to the Chagos Islands - they were evicted from the islands between 1967 and 1973 in order to make way for a British Army and US Army base)

Cameroon

Bakassi Peninsula


Organization of Emerging African States)

Central African Republic

Comoros


Mohéli

Congo

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Egypt

Copts


Bir Tawil

  • Ethnic group: Ababda
    • Proposed state: Republic of Ababda
    • Status: Technically independent as both Bir Tawil.


Nubia[16][17]

Equatorial Guinea

Bioko

Ethiopia

France

Secessionist movements
  • Political party: Lorganizasion Popilèr po Libèr nout Péi (Lplp) – Popular Front for National Liberation: composed of Nasion Rénioné, Mar, Drapo rouz, Patriot rénioné and Mir.
  • Political party: Marxist–Leninist Communist Organisation of Réunion
  • Mayotte continues to have autonomist movements despite the island having voted to become France's 101st department in 2011.[19]

Ivory Coast

Kenya

Libya

Cyrenaica


Toubouland

Mali

Azawad

Mauritius

Malawi

Morocco

De facto states:

Western Sahara

Purposed states:

Arrif

  • Ethnic group: Riffian
    • Purposed state: Rif
    • Political party: RIM
    • Militant organisation(s) : RIM
  • [28]

Namibia

Caprivi

Niger

Agadez

Nigeria

Biafra


Arewa


Niger Delta


Ogoni


Oduduwa

Boko Haram islamists

Rwanda

Senegal

Casamance

Somalia

 Somaliland

South Africa

Boere-Afrikaners nation's

Cape Party

South Sudan

Nuerland

Sudan

Beja Nation


Darfur


Nubia

  • Ethnic group: Nubian[16][17]
    • Proposed state: Republic of Nubia

Tanzania

Zanzibar

  • Ethnic group: Swahili
    • Proposed state:  Zanzibar
    • Political party: Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization)

Uganda

Buganda

Zambia

Barotse

Zimbabwe

Matabeleland

See also

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