Tag: Freedom from Execution

These are hard times. The COVID-19 pandemic is causing immense disruption, grief, and anxiety, as well as physical suffering and death, in most countries in the world. And yet this disruption may also bring hope, and opportunities for communities to build a new and better world, both now and in the coming years and months, […]

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

On the last day of 2018, police in California shot and killed a teenager. This unnamed young man, armed with knife, but not fleeing from police, was the 992nd person to be added to the Washington Post Police Shootings database in 2018. A new human rights data release from the Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) […]

This article has been updated to reflect the 2019 HRMI data.  Since the election of Rodrigo Duterte in June 2016, a violent ‘war on drugs’ has claimed upwards of 5,000 lives in the Philippines. Executions by police and militia groups that target drug dealers and users not only exacerbate the drug problem but constitute a […]