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Campaigns employing method

Campaign Name Country Start Year End Yearsort icon Classification Cluster Total points Published Edit Name of researcher, and date dd/mm/yyyy
Mexican students protest for greater democracy, 1968 Mexico 1968 1968
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Democracy
3 out of 10 points Yes Shandra Bernath-Plaisted and Max Rennebohm, 20/10/2008 and 22/05/2011
Haitians overthrow regime, 1984-1986 Haiti 1984 1986
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Democracy
9 out of 10 points Yes Alison Roseberry-Polier, 24/04/2011
Haitians demand civilian government and democratic elections, 1986-88 Haiti 1986 1988
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Democracy
5 out of 10 points Yes Alison Roseberry-Polier, 19/04/2011
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
East Germans protest for democracy (The Peaceful Revolution), 1988-90 Germany 1988 1990
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Democracy
10 out of 10 points Yes Hanna King, 10/10/2010
Malians defeat dictator, gain free election (March Revolution), 1991 Mali 1991 1991
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Democracy
10 out of 10 points Yes Aly Passanante, 20/02/2011, and Max Rennebohm, 23/05/2011
Niger women campaign for inclusion in National Assembly, 1991 Niger 1991 1991
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Democracy
4 out of 10 points Yes Pendle Marshall-Hallmark 27/02/2012
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
Ecuadorians oust President Gutiérrez (Rebellion of the Forajidos), 2005 Ecuador 2005 2005
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Democracy
Human Rights
9 out of 10 points Yes Nick Palazzolo, 17/02/2013
Niger opposition groups protest President Tandja’s attempts to stay in power, 2009 Niger 2009 2009
Defense
Democracy
5 out of 10 points Yes Samantha Bennett, 08/03/2011