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Campaigns employing method

Campaign Name Country Start Year End Year Classification Cluster Total points Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Manitoba women win right to vote, 1870-1916 Canada 1870 1916
Change
Democracy
10 out of 10 points Yes Alison Besecker, 02/03/2012
North Carolina textile workers win union recognition from J. P. Stevens, 1976-1980 United States 1976 1980
Change
Economic Justice
10 out of 10 points Yes Abigail A Fuller, 13/05/2013
British students force end of Barclays Bank’s investments in South African Apartheid 1969-1987 United Kingdom 1969 1987
Change
Economic Justice
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
10 out of 10 points Yes Ryan Leitner 08/02/2014
Jewish Cantor and His Family resist terrorism, convert attacking Ku Klux Klan leader, 1991 United States 1991 1991
Defense
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
9 out of 10 points Yes Emily Kluver, 24/02/2014
Florida wade-ins to end racial segregation of public beach and pools (Civil Rights Movement) 1945-1964 United States 1945 1964
Change
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
6.5 out of 10 points Yes Jasmine Rashid 1/30/15
African Americans march for civil rights in St. Augustine, Florida, 1963-64 United States 1963 1964
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
7 out of 10 points Yes Erica Janko, 02/02/2015
Iranians protest election results, 2009 Iran 2009 2009
Change
Democracy
1.5 out of 10 points Yes Timothy Hirschel-Burns 3/8/2015
University of Sydney students uncover and protest discrimination of Aboriginal people in New South Wales, 1965 Australia 1965 1965
Change
Democracy
Human Rights
National/Ethnic Identity
7 out of 10 points Yes Jasmin Rodriguez-Schroeder, 15/02/2017
Columbia University students win divestment from private prison companies, 2014-2015. United States 2014 2015
Change
Human Rights
8 out of 10 points Yes Olivia Robbins, 10/5/2019
Newark residents and students campaign to stop the building of 279 MW power plant (2013-2014) United States 2013 2014
Defense
Environment
10 out of 10 points Yes Zach Lytle, 10/5/2019