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Welcome

The Measurement & Human Rights Program welcomes academics from all disciplines, including statistics, mathematics, political science, economics, and law.
 
Collaboration opportunities

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 NGOs, practitioners, and other actors to Harvard to discuss birth registration and irregular migration.

More events will follow in the fall semester.

 
Measurement can serve human rights organizations in three key ways:
  1. Accurately describe the size of the problem an organization is working on, in order to attract funds, communicate priorities, and advocate for change.
  2. Effectively anticipate and identify changes to the problem, in order to track overall success of organizations in the field.
  3. Carefully measure impact and successfully adjust the organization’s strategy based upon causal relationships.
 
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