Wartime Civilian Protest in Côte d'Ivoire Dataset

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This is a forthcoming georeferenced event dataset of wartime civilian protests during the Ivorian civil war. Wartime civilian protest refers to an instance of public, collective, and predominantly nonviolent action by which noncombatants make conflict-related demands on armed actors within the context of armed conflict. The database contains information about 412 protest events in the Ivorian civil war (2002-2011), such as demonstrations, protest marches, strikes, occupations, and sit-ins.

Sebastian van Baalen
Sebastian van Baalen
Assistant Professor of Peace & Conflict Research

My research interests include the dynamics of violence and civil war.