Liberal Archive (Belgium)


Liberal Archive (Belgium)

The Liberal Archive (Dutch: Liberal Archief), located in Ghent, is the central archive of the Belgian liberal organizations, such as the liberal party (Flemish Liberals and Democrats and Reformist Movement), the Willemsfonds, the Liberaal Vlaams Verbond and the "liberal young guards/Pvv-Jongeren".

History

The Liberal Archive was founded in Ghent in 1982 and was recognised by the Flemish Community by a decree on 9 July 2002.

See also

* Liberalism
* Liberalism in Belgium
* Liberalism worldwide
* Contributions to liberal theory
* National and Provincial State Archives

ource

* [http://www.erfgoedcelgent.be/product.php?lang=NL&prodid=202&catid=92&itemno=19_118_123&pos=11&PHPSESSID=2402209fc3eebf95058783512c451a64 Erfgoeddag in het Liberaal Archief]
* [http://www.odis.be/eng/inf/onthaalinstellingen_la.htm The Liberal Archives]

External links

* [http://www.liberaalarchief.be/ Liberal Archive] nl


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