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Data Downloads

Data created by the research projects at the Sié Center is typically available for public use. The data from NAVCO 1.1, GATE-Canada, GATE-Israel, and SCAD can be found here. NAVCO 2.0, which was released on May 1, 2013, is available but requires users to register before downloading for documentation purposes. NAVCO 3.0, which will have daily data from 1987-2011, is projected for release in 2016.


The Nonviolent and Violent Campaigns and Outcomes (NAVCO) dataset collects information on major nonviolent mass campaigns from 1900-2011. NAVCO 2.0 has campaign-year data from 1945-2006. You must register for free in order to download the most recent NAVCO data.

Please cite the NAVCO 2.0 Data as follows:
Erica Chenoweth and Orion A. Lewis. 2013. Nonviolent and Violent Campaigns and Outcomes Dataset, v. 2.0. University of Denver.


The first iteration of NAVCO, NAVCO 1.1, has consensus data on non-violent campaigns from 1900-2006.

Please cite the NAVCO 1.1 Data as follows:
Erica Chenoweth. 2011. Nonviolent and Violent Campaigns and Outcomes Dataset, v. 1.1. University of Denver.

GATE - Canada

The Government Actions in a Terror Environment (GATE) Canada data, with coverage from 1985-2013, was completed in 2015. The file comes with .xls formatted data.

Please cite the GATE-Canada data as follows:

Erica Chenoweth; Laura Dugan, 2015, "Government Actions in Terror Environments - Canada (GATE-Canada),” Dataset, v. 1, University of Denver.

GATE - Israel

The Government Actions in a Terror Environment (GATE) data tracks all Israeli government actions from 1987 - 2004. The files come with Stata 11 and .xls formatted data, as well as a PDF file with replication commands. 

Additional information on the data itself can be found on the START data site.

Please cite the GATE-Israel data as follows:
Laura Dugan; Erica Chenoweth, 2012, "Government Actions in a Terror Environment - Israel (GATE-Israel)," UNF:5:jPRWAw/AaA2llTkaFQJfPg== National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism [Distributor] V2 [Version]

Social Conflict Analysis Database (SCAD)

The Social Conflict Analysis Database (SCAD) includes protests, riots, strikes, inter-communal conflict, government violence against civilians, and other forms of social conflict not systematically tracked in other conflict datasets. SCAD currently includes information on over 20,000 social conflict events from 1990 to 2016.

Please cite the SCAD data as follows:
Salehyan, Idean, Cullen S. Hendrix, Jesse Hamner, Christina Case, Christopher Linebarger, Emily Stull, and Jennifer Williams. "Social conflict in Africa: A new database." International Interactions 38, no. 4 (2012): 503-511.