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These wikis are related, wholly or in part, to the [[wp:Occupy movement|Occupy movement]]; an international {{tag|protest}} movement who 'occupy' public spaces which started in 2011.  Facilitiated by modern electronic communications such as [[:Category:Mobile phones|mobile phones]] and the [[:Category:Internet|internet]], and using platforms such as instant messaging and social media ([[:Category:Facebook|Facebook]] and [[:Category:Twitter|Twitter]]), they aim to bring more fairness to {{tag|Economics|economic}} policies by non-violent direct action, picketing, civil disturbance, demonstrations and the likes.
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'''Category:Occupy Movement''' — these wikis are related, wholly or in part, to the [[wp:Occupy movement|Occupy movement]]; an international {{tag|protest}} movement who 'occupy' public spaces, which started in [[:Category:FoundedIn2011|2011]].  Facilitiated by modern electronic communications such as [[:Category:Mobile phones|mobile phones]] and the [[:Category:Internet|internet]], and using platforms such as instant messaging and social media ([[:Category:Facebook|Facebook]] and [[:Category:Twitter|Twitter]]), they aim to bring more fairness to {{tag|Economics|economic}} policies by non-violent direct action, picketing, civil disturbance, demonstrations, general {{tag|activism}} and the likes.
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*[http://www.OccupyTogether.org OccupyTogether.org] — also accessable under the hash-tag #OCCUPYTOGETHER

Latest revision as of 10:17, 21 March 2013

Category:Occupy Movement — these wikis are related, wholly or in part, to the Occupy movement; an international protest movement who 'occupy' public spaces, which started in 2011. Facilitiated by modern electronic communications such as mobile phones and the internet, and using platforms such as instant messaging and social media (Facebook and Twitter), they aim to bring more fairness to economic policies by non-violent direct action, picketing, civil disturbance, demonstrations, general activism and the likes.

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The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.