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Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project

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 60 developing countries in Africa and Asia. Political violence includes events that occur within civil wars and periods of instability, public protest and regime breakdown. The project covers all African countries from 1997 to the present, and South and South-East Asia in real-time. ACLED is directed by Prof. Clionadh Raleigh (University of Sussex). It is operated by senior research manager Caitriona Dowd (University of Sussex) for Africa and Sarah Kaiser-Cross for South and South-East Asia. The data collection involves several research analysts, including Hilary Tanoff, Charles Vannice, James Moody, Daniel Wigmore-Shepherd, Andrea Carboni, Matt Baden-Carew, Roudabeh Kishi, Fatima Zeb and others. These data contain information on: Dates and locations of conflict events; Specific types of events including battles, civilian killings, riots, protests and recruitment activities; Events by a range of actors, including rebels, governments, militias, armed groups, protesters and civilians; Changes in territorial control; and Reported fatalities.

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    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      citation: Gleditsch et al. (2002) and Strand (2006) The causes of armed conflict is most common focus among conflict researchers, and the Armed Conflict Dataset has repeatedly been used to analyze this problem. Previous versions have not contained an authoritative definition of what an onset is, and this has caused unnecessary confusion. With this release, we also provide users with a clear and user-friendly operational definition of conflict onset. The data are available in two versions, country-year and calendar-time The country-year file is based on the Gleditsch/Ward definition of the international system, and will inform the user whether the year observed an onset or not. All users of the Uppsala/PRIO data will know that a key question in this respect is how many years on inactivity we must observe within one dyad before we code a new onset between previously active parties. The country-year file comes with three pre-defined cutoff points of two, five and eight years, which allows for limited robustness checks. References: Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Peter Wallensteen, Mikael Eriksson, Margareta Sollenberg & Håvard Strand, 2002. ‘Armed Conflict 1946–2001: A New Dataset’, Journal of Peace Research 39(5): 615–637. Strand, Håvard, 2006. 'Onset of Armed Conflict: A New List for the period 1946–2004, with Applications', Under review at Conflict Managment and Peace Science.
    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      The ACLED dataset codes exact locations, dates, and additional characteristics of individual battle events in states affected with civil war. There is a specific focus on tracking rebel activity and distinguishing between territorial transfers of military control from governments to rebel groups and vice versa, and the location of rebel group bases, headquarters, strongholds and presence. The dataset also records one-sided violence on civilians by both government or rebel actors and conflicts between rebel groups. The conflicts coded for in the dataset are in general compatible with the Uppsala/PRIO armed conflicts.
    • 7月 2018
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 11 7月, 2018
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      Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED) focuses on tracking a range of violent and non-violent actions by political agents, including governments, rebels, militias, communal groups, political parties, external actors, rioters, protesters and civilians. Data contain specific information on the date, location, group names, interaction type, event type, reported fatalities and contextual notes. ACLED defines a battle as “a violent interaction between two politically organized armed groups (Actor 1 and Actor 2) at a particular time and location.” However, event types “Remote Violence”, “Headquarters or base established” “Strategic development”, “Riots/Protests” and “Non-violent-transfer of territory” can be single actor events.   Definitions of terms used: Event Date: - The day, month and year on which an event took place. Year - The year in which an event took place Event Type - The type of conflict event, Violent , Demonstrations (Protests and Riots) and Nonviolent Actions (Non-violent transfer of territory, Headquarters or base established by violent group, Strategic development) Actor 1- The named actor involved in the event. Actor 2- The named actor involved in the event. Associated Actor: The additional groups, besides the main agents noted in “Actor 1” and “Actor 2” columns, can be coded in the respective “Associated Actor” columns for both main agents. An associated group may be allies in actions, in the case of battles, or both be victims of an attack. ASSOC_ACTOR_1- The named actor associated with or identifying Actor 1 ASSOC_ACTOR_2- The named actor associated with or identifying Actor 2 Inter 1- Group type (eight groups in ACLED categories) associated to Actor 1. Inter 2- Group type (eight groups in ACLED categories) associated to Actor 2. Country - The country in which the event took place. Location - The location in which the event took place Fatalities - The number of reported fatalities which occurred during the event. EVENT_ID_CNTY - An individual identifier by number and country acronym (updated annually) EVENT_ID_NO_CNTY - An individual numeric identifier TIME_PRECISION:- Code 1:- If sources include an actual date of an event, a time precision code of “1” is entered. Code 2:- If sources note that an event happened during a specific week, “2” is noted in the time precision field and the middle of that week is used as the reference date. Code 3:- If sources note only that an event took place within a particular month, without reference to the particular date, the month mid-point is chosen unless the beginning or end of the month is noted (in which case, the first and last date are used, respectively) and “3” is noted as the time precision level. GEO_PRECISION - A numeric code indicating the level of certainty of the location coded for the event. Code 1:-If the report notes a particular town, and coordinates are available for that town, the highest precision level (1) is recorded. Code 2:- If the source material notes that activity took place in a small part of a region, and notes a general area, a town with georeferenced coordinates to represent that area is chosen and the geo-precision code will note “2” for “part of region”. If activity occurs in the direct outskirts of a town or city, this same precision code is employed. Code 3:- If a larger region is mentioned, a provincial capital is chosen to represent the region and noted with precision level “3”.
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    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      This dataset includes statistics for battle deaths (soldiers and civilians killed in combat) in state-based armed conflicts. The PRIO Battle Deaths Dataset dataset defines battle deaths as deaths resulting directly from violence inflicted through the use of armed force by a party to an armed conflict during contested combat. Contested combat is use of armed force by a party to an armed conflict against any person or target during which the perpetrator faces the immediate threat of lethal force being used by another party to the conflict against him/her and/or allied fighters. Contested combat excludes the sustained destruction of soldiers or civilians outside of the context of any reciprocal threat of lethal force (e.g. execution of prisoners of war).
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    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      citation: Gleditsch et al. (2002) and Strand (2006) The causes of armed conflict is most common focus among conflict researchers, and the Armed Conflict Dataset has repeatedly been used to analyze this problem. Previous versions have not contained an authoritative definition of what an onset is, and this has caused unnecessary confusion. With this release, we also provide users with a clear and user-friendly operational definition of conflict onset. The calendar-time data structure, in comparison, allows for much more thorough robustness checks. This structure, originally presented by Raknerud & Hegre (1997), is based on observations of all independent countries on the day where one of them experienced an onset. Since the relevant control group is closely linked to the observation on an onset, several types of filters can be applied within the same dataset, in order to check for robustness along various dimensions.   References: Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Peter Wallensteen, Mikael Eriksson, Margareta Sollenberg & Håvard Strand, 2002. ‘Armed Conflict 1946–2001: A New Dataset’, Journal of Peace Research 39(5): 615–637. Strand, Håvard, 2006. 'Onset of Armed Conflict: A New List for the period 1946–2004, with Applications', Under review at Conflict Managment and Peace Science.
  • E
    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      Citation: Gleditsch et al. (2002) and Strand (2006) The causes of armed conflict is most common focus among conflict researchers, and the Armed Conflict Dataset has repeatedly been used to analyze this problem. Previous versions have not contained an authoritative definition of what an onset is, and this has caused unnecessary confusion. With this release, we also provide users with a clear and user-friendly operational definition of conflict onset.This Dataset contains dates of all relevant events, and the Annual Onset and Calender Time Onset are built on the information provided here.   References: Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Peter Wallensteen, Mikael Eriksson, Margareta Sollenberg & Håvard Strand, 2002. ‘Armed Conflict 1946–2001: A New Dataset’, Journal of Peace Research 39(5): 615–637. Strand, Håvard, 2006. 'Onset of Armed Conflict: A New List for the period 1946–2004, with Applications', Under review at Conflict Managment and Peace Science.
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    • 6月 2015
      ソース: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
      アップロード者: Knoema
      以下でアクセス: 24 6月, 2015
      データセットを選択
      Note: Data cited at https://www.prio.org/Data/Armed-Conflict/Conflict-Site/ The Conflict Site Dataset is an extention to the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflicts Dataset that provides coordinates for the conflict zones and lists of countries in which the conflicts were located. Following the procedure of earlier versions of the UCDP/PRIO data (up until v. 3-2005), the conflict zones are coded with center-point coordinates plus a radius variable to denote spatial extent.
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