Tag: United States

Our Pacific Data team has now published new findings on human rights issues specific to the Pacific region. The team is led by Seuta’afili Dr Patrick Thomsen and Dr Sam Manuela, from the University of Auckland, who have been ably supported by research assistants Roi Burnett and Allyssa Verner-Pula. You can see the new Pacific data by […]

HRMI co-founder, and civil and political rights metrics lead, K Chad Clay is interviewed by Chalin Askew for the season finale of new podcast The Delve. It’s an excellent conversation about the United States’ human rights record, covering police brutality, racial justice, family separation, and more, and Chalin is a great interviewer. Head to the […]

What’s the difference between a protest and a riot? WUGA’s Gemma DiCarlo interviewed HRMI co-founder Chad Clay on the protest movement in the US, sparked by the murder of George Floyd by a police officer. You can listen to the article on WUGA. Thanks for your interest in HRMI. To explore our human rights scores, […]