The KP publishes a newspaper, Agora. The youth wing evolved into Graffiti Jeugddienst, an apolitical youth association, in the early 1990s. Later another youth wing, Jong-KP, was established.
In December 2009, all political activities of the Flemish KP were re-centered in the Brussels federation. A new Communist Party is to be set up along a national unifying political line[when?]. The KP Vlaanderen has ceased to exist as a party and goes on as a think tank under the leading of Arne Baillère, former municipal councillor in Oostende. It is represented in the European Left by the Communist Party (Wallonia), thus acting as a federal Belgian party.