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Campaign Name Country Start Year End Year Classification Cluster Total pointssort icon Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Guam teachers strike for wage increase, 1980-81 Guam, United States 1980 1981
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Economic Justice
2.5 out of 10 points Yes William Lawrence, 11/3/2011
St. Paul's College students boycott segregated Virginia movie theater, Lawrenceville, VA, 1960 United States 1960 1960
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Human Rights
2.5 out of 10 points Yes Nicole Vanchieri, 30/01/2011
Palestinians wage nonviolent campaign during First Intifada, 1987-1988 Palestine, Israel 1987 1988
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Defense
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Aden Tedla, 01/05/2010
Orangeburg County, South Carolina, citizens and students boycott for U.S. Civil Rights, 1955-1956 United States 1955 1956
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Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
3 out of 10 points Yes Elliana Bisgaard-Church, 11/09/2011
Unions and students in Hong Kong and Canton strike-boycott against British imperial rule, 1925-1926 China, Hong Kong 1925 1926
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Democracy
Economic Justice
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
4 out of 10 points Yes Anjali Cadambi, 26/09/2010
Australians general strike for right to unionize, Brisbane, Australia, 1912 Australia 1912 1912
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Economic Justice
Human Rights
4 out of 10 points Yes Jeewon Kim 29/09/2010
Indians campaign for independence (Salt Satyagraha), 1930-1931 India 1930 1931
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Economic Justice
National/Ethnic Identity
4 out of 10 points Yes Aden Tedla and George Lakey, 01/09/2011
Sicily Socialist Fasci unite for workers' rights, Italy, 1893-1894 Italy 1893 1894
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Economic Justice
4 out of 10 points Yes Laura Rigell, 02/03/2013
Turin workers general strike for labor rights, 1920 Italy 1920 1920
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Democracy
Economic Justice
5 out of 10 points Yes Kelly Schoolmeester, 22/02/2010
Shanti Sena (Indian Peace Brigade) intervenes in deadly Hindu/Muslim riots, Ahmedabad 1969 India 1969 1970
Third-party nonviolent intervention
Peace
5 out of 10 points Yes Nancy Liu, 14/10/2011