ACLED regularly provides media with figures on conflict events or fatalities, commentary on trends or dynamics, and insight on ACLED data collection methodology.

For members of the media seeking information, please contact ACLED Communications Manager, Laurie Cooper, communications@acleddata.com.

Thailand – 2010 Data Release

Thailand – 2010 Data Release

ACLED’s Thailand dataset contains nearly 3,000 recorded political violence, protest, and other non-violent political events from 2010 through the present. Throughout most of the country, the most common events are riots and protests. In general, the political landscape in Thailand

Sri Lanka – 2010 Data Release

Sri Lanka – 2010 Data Release

The period of ACLED’s coverage of Sri Lanka, 2010-2014, was bookended by the country’s sixth and seventh presidential elections, each marking major political events in the country’s political violence and protest landscape. During Sri Lanka’s January 2010 presidential election, supporters

The Philippines – 2016 Data Release

The Philippines – 2016 Data Release

Recorded political violence, protests, and other non-violent events drastically increased in the Philippines after President Duterte assumed office (June 30, 2016) and declared a ‘War on Drugs’ (July 1, 2016). In particular, Duterte’s drug war has resulted in violence against