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OEAS Timeline and Selected Highlights

2011

OEAS founded

OEAS founded in Washington DC under the Declaration of Washington.
2011

OEAS Founding members

Ambazonia, Cabinda, Mthwakazi, and Biafra join OEAS as founding members
2011

Free Paul Siwela

OEAS initiative in Mthwakazi (Matebeleand) to help free Paul Siwela
2012

OEAS New Members

Canary Islands, Rif Independence Movement, and Kabylie join OEAS
2013

Detainees in Angola

OEAS advocates on behalf of Front for the Liberation of the State Cabinda (FLRC) detainees in Angola and their execution.
2013

OEAS New Members

Azawad and Vhavenda join OEAS
2014

OEAS New Member

Khoi San people join OEAS
2015

Biafra Referendum

OEAS calls for Referendum in Biafra
2015

ISIS Prosecution

OEAS calls for Prosecution of ISIS for War Crimes in Africa
2016

Hon. Robert Dornan & Biafra Referendum

Hon. Robert Dornan (former US Congressman and Presidential nominee candidate) joins OEAS in calling Biafra Referendum
2016

United front in Biafra

OEAS organizes united front in Biafra
2016

First All Biafra Conference

OEAS Chairs First All Biafra Conference in Accra, Ghana
2016

Africa Freedom Radio

OEAS supports the launch of Africa Freedom Radio
2017

Ambazonia Crisis

OEAS approaches the UN regarding Ambazonia Crisis
2018

Right to Self Defense

OEAS declares the Right to Self Defense as a basic human right in Africa
2018

Killing of missionary Charles Wesco

OEAS calls for investigation of targeted killing of missionary Charles Wesco in Ambazonia
2018

War Crimes Tribunal

OEAS Calls for Establishment of War Crimes Tribunal in Ambazonia
2019

Humanitarian Aid Initiative

OEAS Launches Humanitarian Aid Initiative in Ghana
2020

Accra Office

OEAS Accra, Ghana office Opened
2020

OEAS New Member

Mombasa Republican Council joins OEAS
2020

Restitution from Belgium

OEAS seeks restitution from Belgium for Historic Congo Genocide