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Campaign Namesort icon Country Start Year End Year Classification Cluster Total points Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Koreans protest Japanese control in the "March 1st Movement," 1919 North Korea, South Korea 1919 1919
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National/Ethnic Identity
6 out of 10 points Yes Elowyn Corby, 18/03/2011
Jacksonville students sit-in for integrated lunch counters, 1960 United States 1960 1960
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Human Rights
8 out of 10 points Yes Alison Roseberry-Polier, 30/01/2011
Jackson, Tennessee students campaign for U.S. civil rights, 1960-1961 United States 1960 1961
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Democracy
Human Rights
7 out of 10 points Yes Alexa Ross, 12/09/2010
International groups boycott Nestle products to end indiscriminate advertising, 1977-1984 International, United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, France, Finland, Norway 1977 1984
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Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Soul Han, 23/09/2012
Industrial Workers of the World campaigns for free speech in Spokane, Washington, U.S.A., 1908-1910 United States 1909 1911
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Democracy
Economic Justice
Human Rights
9 out of 10 points Yes Kate Aronoff, 23/10/2011
Indigenous allies in Ontario defend Lubicon Cree land against logging, Canada, 1991-98 Canada, International 1991 1998
Defense
Economic Justice
Environment
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
10 out of 10 points Yes Ruth Vanstone, 28/03/2012
Indians force Coca-Cola bottling facility in Plachimada to shut down, 2001-2006 India, United States, United Kingdom 2001 2006
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Environment
7 out of 10 points Yes Nathalie Schils, 11/07/2011
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
Greensboro, NC, students sit-in for U.S. Civil Rights, 1960 United States 1960 1960
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Economic Justice
Human Rights
10 out of 10 points Yes Kelly Schoolmeester, 1/02/2010
Greenpeace pushes for global ban on CFCs 1986 – 1995 United States, Germany, Luxembourg, Finland, Canada, United States, Australia, Belgium, United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden, Israel 1986 1995
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Environment
7 out of 10 points Yes Irina Bukharin, 20/09/2015