How Are Protests Planed?

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Hello emotional_night here, and this is my post on'How Are Protests Planed?'. Hope you enjoy!!!...

What Is A Protest?

A protest is an public expresion of objection or disaproval towards an idea, rule or action that is usualy political. Protests can take many different forms, from individual statements to mass demonstrations. Protesters may organize a protest as a way of publicly making their opinions heard in an attempt to influence public opinion or government policy, or they may undertake direct action in an attempt to enact desired changes themselves.

Who?

A protest always starts with a single person or a small group of people who disagree with an idea and start to gather other people to start a protest with. The protest may start with leaflets and letters to the government or person who had the disaproved idea and often gather people by allowinng the public see what you are doing.

Where?

Most protesters go to a well-visited area for their protests so that they are seen and get noticted - or if they are protesting about a place in tha place. Sometimes protests that have a lot of particapants may split up and protest in different areas or do a different protesting location every day.

When?

The timing of a protest is usualy from 8 o'clock at the ealiest and 6 o'clck at the latest and dsruptive one go through the night. This is usualy when a past protest has failed or the protesters think it is realy major.

Why?

As I've said protests are caused by someone feeling objection or disaproval towards an idea, rule or action that is usualy political.

Are They Always Planed?

Protests are not always planed and usualy go wild if they are not and are still known to even if they are planed.

So I hope you found my post interesting and thanks for reading:)

emotional_nightxx😊

Comments (2)

  • Vishay Dodia.jpg EXPERT: Vishay Dodia, Deals Advisory Analyst @ KPMG
    28 Feb 2021

    Hi emotional_night, that's quite an informative piece of work about protests being planned. Can you give an example of a protest not being planned?

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  • Hammond School logo emotional_night | Hammond Junior School F
    01 Mar 2021

    Hello,
    I can't think of any but most protests that aren't planed is usually where one or two people go out and start a small protest and as they do so they gather other people and the protests get bigger. It's a chain reaction but I suppose it is still plan if you trace it to the very beginning it was still sort of planed just they might not have expected others to join them.
    emotional_night😀

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