Thank you very much to everyone who has contributed their expertise to our civil and political human rights survey so far. We are really grateful for your contributions. In the future, we aim to refine our methodology and to cover more countries. The next round of surveys will be in early 2019. If you would like to nominate your country for inclusion, please contact us.
If you are invited to contribute information to our civil and political rights metrics, please do! This will involve filling in an expert opinion questionnaire on the level of respect for human rights in your country. Sharing what you know about human rights violations in your country will help get your information out to a new audience.
Here’s what others say about why you should contribute:
“In Africa we are forced to exchange rights and dignity for the fetish of economic development. With our hearts, minds and bodies we refuse to do so. We fight the good fight. HRMI is one of our weapons in this fight. Join!”
– David Matsinhe, Lusophone Research Specialist at Amnesty International, Southern Africa
“No one understands the human rights situation in a country better than the local and international experts and activists working to minimize rights violations there. By sharing your wealth of knowledge, you will help HRMI create the most accurate measurement possible.”
– Brian Root, Quantitative Analyst, Human Rights Watch
“The information collected from country experts can serve as an important measure of the impact of human rights defenders in a wide cross-section of countries, over time. The fight for universal respect for the rights of people everywhere requires good data.”
– Scott Edwards, Senior Crisis Advisor, Amnesty International
For more information about how and why we are collecting information, please see measuring civil and political human rights.