Translation of direct action in Spanish:

direct action

acción directa, n.

noun

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    acción directa feminine
    • Most shared the values of their parents but believed in direct action for change.
    • He was on the radical or ‘physical force’ wing of the Chartists, believing in mass direct action.
    • During the 1980s a militant wing of the pro-life movement had attempted to close clinics by direct action.
    • There is no contradiction between demonstrating and direct action.
    • His instinct was to take a populist tough line against civil disobedience and direct action.
    • Delegates called for a campaign of mass civil disobedience, strikes and direct action to stop the war.
    • Do you believe this kind of direct action is a legitimate form of protest for everyone?
    • We need to organise the most effective types of direct action against the war machine.
    • I will continue a life of direct action, whatever the consequences.
    • Their direct action has forced their government to take note.
    • Today there was a planned nonviolent direct action against two shipping companies at the Oakland docks that profit from war.
    • The two most effective forms of mass direct action are riots and strikes.
    • I know that you have fasted and been involved in direct action and civil disobedience.
    • What kind of direct action do we need to stop the war machine?
    • Maybe the rise of direct action has something to do with it.
    • The IWW relies on solidarity and non-violent direct action to achieve our goals.
    • He wants to see a left wing approach of opposing the Government, demanding more, more strikes, more direct action.
    • When the unemployed or refugees took direct action, he supported them.
    • Some were hoping for mass direct action to disrupt the base.
    • We have been using direct action and civil disobedience against the war and the army.