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The Measurement & Human Rights Program welcomes academics from all disciplines, including statistics, mathematics, political science, economics, and law.
 
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Knowledge Brokering, the Measurement & Human Rights Program's primary project, continues to develop.

The international "Children without a State" conference, co-hosted by the MHR Program, brought academics and other actors to Harvard to discuss birth registration and irregular migration.

More events will follow in the fall semester.

 

Examples of outside work that applies measurement to human rights studies

The Cingranelli-Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data Project
(David Louis Cingranelli, Binghamton University; David L. Richards, University of Memphis)

The Genocide-Politicide Project
(Barbara Harff, Professor Emirita, United States Naval Academy)




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