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Rainbow Coalition may refer to:
- Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, a U.S. political organization, originally separate entities named PUSH and the National Rainbow Coalition
- Green-Rainbow Party, a U.S. political party, originally separate entities named the Massachusetts Green Party and the Rainbow Coalition of Boston
- Rainbow Coalition (Fred Hampton), an alliance of various U.S. political organizations, including Jose Cha Cha Jimenez and the Young Lords.
- National Rainbow Coalition, a former Kenyan political alliance
- The 24th Government of Ireland, formed by Fine Gael, Labour and Democratic Left parties
- A combination of several political parties in Finland, in power between 1995 and 2003 and from 2011 (see List of political parties in Finland)
- The Mizrahi Democratic Rainbow Coalition in Israel
- A group of political parties in Belgium, formed in 1999 under the premiership of Guy Verhofstadt (see Belgium#Government and politics)
- Any coalition government composed of a coalition of several ideologically unrelated political parties united by opposition to one or more dominant parties.
- Rainbow (Netherlands), an alliance of Dutch left-wing political parties from 1989 to 1990.
- (Canada) The informal name of a group of independent MPs in May/June 1990 before they started calling themselves Bloc Québécois.
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