ACLED (Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project) is designed for disaggregated conflict analysis and crisis mapping. This dataset codes the dates and locations of all reported political violence events in over 50 developing countries. Political violence includes events that
ACLED Conflict Trends reports are monthly updates on political violence and conflict events in African states. They are based on real-time data, and compare current trends and patterns to historical dynamics in key focus countries.
ACLED analysts have created a selection of maps, charts, graphs and infographics to highlight key trends and patterns in the data across the African continent and in select conflict contexts drawn from Version 4 of the dataset.
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- Factionalism within #ZANUPF results in political violence in eastern #Zimbabwe http://t.co/yHcmppRmgY http://t.co/JCDOQzmIrC about 26 minutes ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- How do economic demands shape protests and collective action in Algiers & Ghardaia? #Algeria http://t.co/OtTnMAifsQ http://t.co/iyfZ31z2n0 about 3 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Resource related conflict has been increasing in #Africa. Is this the resource curse? http://t.co/B1OQIunXHW http://t.co/rnFU21IzaK about 7 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- How political bargaining and economic distribution in #Algeria impacts group mobilisation & future conflict trends http://t.co/OtTnMAifsQ about 19 hours ago from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite