Social movement

loosely organized effort by a large group of people to achieve a particular set of goals

The term social movement refers to action by groups, individuals or organizations focusing over political or social matters. In particular, the movement wants to resist or undo certain change.[1] A reform movement is one seeking to change laws and normals. Trade unions represent rights to abortion, LGBT and workers rights.

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  1. "Social Movements". Counterfire. Retrieved Jul 8, 2016.