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Campaigns employing method

Campaign Name Country Start Year End Year Classification Cluster Total pointssort icon Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Montgomery, Alabama students sit-in for U.S. Civil Rights, 1960 United States 1960 1960
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
1 out of 10 points Yes Matthew Turner, 11/09/2011
Belarusian citizens protest presidential election, 2006 Belarus 2006 2006
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
1.5 out of 10 points Yes Aileen Eisenberg, 24/02/2013
Gambian students protest killing of student and rape of 13-year-old, 2000 Gambia 2000 2000
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
2.5 out of 10 points Yes Elowyn Corby, 27/01/2011
Maori resistance to British land seizure at Parihaka, New Zealand, 1879-81 New Zealand 1879 1881
Defense
Economic Justice
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Zein Nakhoda 14/05/2011
Naga campaign for leader to return to the Manipur Region, 2010 India 2010 2010
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Elowyn Corby, 26/03/2011
Pastors and students lead campaign to desegregate Danville, VA, 1963 United States 1963 1963
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Jennifer Trinh, 30/01/2011 and George Lakey, 8/21/14
Pro-Settlement advocates protest Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and West Bank, 2004-2005 Israel, Palestine 2004 2005
Defense
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Aden Tedla, 2/4/2010
Palestinians wage nonviolent campaign during First Intifada, 1987-1988 Palestine, Israel 1987 1988
Change
Defense
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Aden Tedla, 01/05/2010
Prison officers strike in England and Wales, 2007 England, Wales, United Kingdom 2007 2007
Change
Economic Justice
Human Rights
3 out of 10 points Yes Julio Alicea, 05/12/2010
Manchester workers campaign for economic equality and political representation (Peterloo Massacre), 1817-1820 United Kingdom 1817 1820
Change
Democracy
Economic Justice
3 out of 10 points Yes Nicholas V. Dirago, 04/11//2011