EVALUATING THE SUCCESS OF A PROTEST OR CAMPAIGNName: Stacia Konicezny Protest or Campaign being studied: The Quebec student protests against tuition increases and Bill 78, 2012Individual or Group that took actionStudents across Quebec and Canada who created CLASSE (broad coalition of the association for student union solidarity.) to trigger a general strike. Later joining the strike, associations representing post secondary school students - the Federation etuduante collegiate du Quebec and the Federation etudiante universitaire du Quebec.Technique(s) that they used to influence the governmentTo influence the provincial government students across Quebec and Canada went on strike from February 13 to September 7, 2012 because of increases to tuition fees.Results achieved (laws changed, press coverage, social media engagement, money raised, awareness raised)After months of protest, the provincial government decided to hold an election which ended in the cancelation of the increase in tuition. Soon after that the student association held an election that ended the strike.Was anyone or anything harmed during this protest or campaign? (deaths, injuries to people or animals, people arrested, property damage)During the strike on May 4, 2012 there was a protest in Quebec that turned violent when 11 people were injured including 4 police officers.Overall, would you say the actions were successful or unsuccessful? Why?Overall the actions that the students associations took, including protests and strikes were successful in canceling the increase tuition. Any other points of interest?Follow up question:Which section of this chart was hardest to complete? Why?:nearing the end of the chart, as the questions got more specific, they became harder to complete.