Auteur : Charlotte Weston

An introduction to HRMI’s civil and political rights methodology. Human rights release human potential. How do we tell if countries are respecting people’s human rights, and allowing them to flourish? If we want leaders to prioritise human rights, we need to measure them. The Human Rights Measurement Initiative – ‘her-mee’ – is filling a gap […]

An introduction to HRMI’s economic and social rights methodology. Human rights release human potential. How do we tell if countries are respecting people’s human rights, and allowing them to flourish? If we want leaders to prioritise human rights, we need to measure them. The Human Rights Measurement Initiative – ‘her-mee’ – is filling a gap […]

We’re delighted to have a new peer-reviewed article published in the Journal of Peace Research: “Using practitioner surveys to measure human rights: The Human Rights Measurement Initiative’s civil and political rights metrics” K Chad Clay, Ryan Bakker, Anne-Marie Brook, Daniel W Hill, Jr, Amanda Murdie, in Journal of Peace Research, October 2020 You can read it […]

We are thrilled to share with you the first ever HRMI Pacific Report. This report was produced with data from the new ‘Pacific Specific’ module for the 2020 human rights survey, a set of questions which only appears for survey respondents who are commenting on countries in the Pacific region. The themes covered in the […]