- Aktiekomitee Brüssel en Taalgrens
- A Dutch-language and Flemish-rights group founded in 1958 to protest the spread of French-language speakers in Brabant and to emphasize the Dutch-language roots of Brussels and its surrounding communes, the Aktiekomitee Brussel en Taalgrens comprised an amalgam of 30 groups. The Flemish People's Movement launched the committee, which began organizing extraparliamentary efforts and lobbying Flemish ministers. Its first action was to boycott the national language census, and the group succeeded in securing support from over 500 Flemish-language communes to organize a "No Language Census Day" in November 1959. Designation of language in population censuses was abolished in July 1961. A march on Brussels was held on 14 October 1961 with a second on the same day in 1962 at which tens of thousands demonstrated against Frenchification.
Historical Dictionary of Brussels. Paul F. State.