Heiko Pleines

Project B06, CRC 1342 "Global Dynamics of Social Policy", University of Bremen (DE) / Dept. of Politics and Economics, Research Centre for East European Studies, University of Bremen (DE)

Data Lists

All data collections in this list have been compiled as part of or in cooperation with the research project “Comparing protest actions in Soviet and post-Soviet spaces”, which is organized by the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen with financial support from the Volkswagen Foundation, which is not affiliated to the car manufacturer of the same name.

“For Fair Elections” protest wave (including pro-government rallies), v1.0
Journalists in competitive authoritarian regimes. The case of Ukraine 2010-14, v1.0
Maidan Oral History Archive, v1.0
Monitoring of Labour Protests in Russia, v1.0
Navalny's digital dissenters: An online survey of a Russian Opposition movement, v1.0
Participation in Euromaidan and Antimaidan movements, Ukraine, 2014, v1.0
Participation in local movements after the Russian “For Fair Elections” protest wave, v1.0
Polls among participants in Moscow protest rallies 2011-13 (Levada Center), v1.0
Protest actions in Belarus 1997-2020, v1.0
Protest Event Database Kazakhstan 2010-19, v1.0
Protest related questions in nation-wide public opinion polls in Russia from 1994 to 2017 (Levada Center), v1.0
Protests Armenia 2015: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Armenia 2018: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Belarus 2015 – 2018: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Belarus 2017: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Belarus 2020: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Georgia 2019: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Kazakhstan 2011: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Russia 2011 / 2012: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Ukraine 2004: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Protests Ukraine 2013 – 2014: YouTube Videos, v1.0
Telegram Revolution: Technical and Conceptual Innovations of the 2020 Belarusian Protest, v1.0
Ukrainian Protest and Coercion Data, 2009-2016, v1.0

All data collections in this list have been compiled as part of or in cooperation with the research project “Media control as source of political power: The role of oligarchs in electoral authoritarian regimes”, which has been conducted at the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen from 2018 to 2021 with financial support from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation).

Debates about export pipelines from the post-Soviet region: Opinion leaders and advocacy coalitions, v1.0
Journalists in competitive authoritarian regimes. The case of Ukraine 2010-14, v1.0
Protest Event Database Kazakhstan 2010-19, v1.0