Mês: Janeiro 2020

We’re delighted to have a new peer-reviewed article published in the Journal of Human Rights: “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. You can read it here as a free […]

As the first global initiative to track the human rights performances of countries, the Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) has both civil and political and economic and social rights data for Kyrgyzstan. All our data is available on our Rights Tracker. HRMI uses an expert survey methodology to collect data on civil and political rights. To […]

Thousands of experts around the world are working hard to make poverty history, and improve the lives of millions of people. It’s not an easy job. The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI, pronounced ‘her-mee’) brings new data tools to track progress, and reveal new ways countries can improve their people’s lives, even where resources are […]