This project is an on-going body of research on different forms of direct action and protest. There are infinite ways to collectively express disagreement: some are globally known but others are created for a specific context or situation (i.e. to adapt legislation).
This project seeks to collate and disseminate existing methods of protest. By studying their deployment and gamifying the knowledge base, players can understand the socio-political context of such events, their impact and create accessible tools to easily replicate old and discover new forms of protest.