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.
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.
With regular updates on the ACLED Crisis Blog, ACLED analysts discuss and create maps, charts, graphs and infographics highlighting key trends and patterns in political violence across the African continent in real time.
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- @dadakim @AidData @cartographiti @ryanbriggs Might be here: http://t.co/gdflNfIfoG data created in 2008, updated 2014. about 22 hours ago from Twitter Web Client in reply to dadakim ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Service delivery protest as a method of dialogue with the government in #SouthAfrica http://t.co/ORBDPZC9bP http://t.co/uAojgnZ29i 03:44:06 PM January 23, 2015 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Boko Haram violence leaves #Nigeria with highest civilian death toll in African war zones http://t.co/iuKEleuJzO @acledinfo #bokoharam 03:05:34 PM January 23, 2015 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- #Libya was the fourth most active country in the ACLED dataset in 2014 with armed struggles to control institutions http://t.co/1aal1jHlfL 04:16:50 PM January 22, 2015 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite