The fragmentation of international public actions into several smaller national demonstrations undermines the seriousness of social issues of transnational importance, making them appear unrelated and geographically restricted problems. The lack of common symbol fails to unite activists fighting for the same social issue into an enormous protesting mass, and to transform local demonstrations into an international protest.
The engagement of activists in different countries may be strong. However, as it remains disconnected it misses the opportunity to make a powerful impact.
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