Les publications

Les publications suivantes sont uniquement disponibles en anglais

Selected journal articles

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. (
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Human rights data for everyone: Introducing the Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI)” Anne-Marie Brook, K Chad Clay, and Susan Randolph, in Journal of Human Rights, Volume 19, No 3 (2020), pp 67-82. (Free PDF download)

« Does constitutionalizing economic and social rights promote their fulfillment? » Elizabeth Kaletski, Lance Minkler, Nishith Prakash and Susan Randolph, in Journal of Human Rights, Volume 15, No 4 (2016), pp 433-453.

« Tracking the Historical Evolution of States’ Compliance with their Economic and Social Rights Obligations of Result – Insights from the Historical SERF Index » by Susan Randolph and Patrick Guyer, in Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Volume 30, No 3 (2016).


Fulfilling Social and Economic Rights by Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Terra Lawson-Remer, and Susan Randolph, Oxford University Press, 2015.

Other publications

Human Rights Across the Pacific, HRMI Pacific Report 2020.

« Is the global situation of human rights improving or deteriorating? » by Susan Randolph, hosted on URG’s website.

« Measuring what matters: a new database to track human rights performance » by Anne-Marie Brook, K Chad Clay, and Susan Randolph, hosted on Open Global Rights.

« New data tool scores Australia and other countries on their human rights performance » by K Chad Clay, hosted on The Conversation.

Methodology handbook

You can download HRMI’s methodology handbook for detailed information on the construction of HRMI’s data.