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campaign

An organised and focused initiative by an enterprise or sovereign state to accomplish an end.
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THOUSANDS of campaigners armed with banners and blown-up condoms took to the streets of London to protest at Pope Benedict XVI's state visit.
In his later years, the sometime Liberal Democrat campaigner was also an advocate of assisted dying.
The event, to mark International Human Rights Day, was organised by campaigners from Amnesty International and Oxfam with the support of Gordon Mursell, the Dean of Birmingham Cathedral.
Campaigner offers a multitude of email marketing features that work for the most advanced marketers to those who have never considered an email campaign.
The service heard South African singing and drumming and an address to the congregation by Kgalema Motlanthe, South African deputy president, and Peter Hain MP, the veteran anti-apartheid campaigner.
Since the families arrived on land in Eaves Green Lane in 2010 they have been embroiled in a bitter battle with campaigners who set up their own protest camp nearby.
THE Electoral Commission will offer all registered campaigners in the March referendum, on law-making powers for the National Assembly, the opportunity to reach voters through its website, it announced yesterday.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting to save a Black Country swimming baths were staging a big protest today.
ELATION: Long-time campaigner Joanna Lumley is congratulated outside Parliament in central London following the results of a debate in the House of Commons on the rights of Gurkhas, where MPs voted to give all Gurkha soldiers equal right of residence in Britain
Animal rights campaigners claim that the horses should be replaced with bicycles and other modes of transport.
Environmental campaigners said yesterday the US administration had been swallowed by the oil industry after a key document on climate change being drafted for the G8 summit appeared to have been watered down.
The organisation's tax campaigner, Philip Parker, said: "We must cut traffic on our roads,".