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Students are crucial to forwarding the use of measurement in human rights practice. The MHR project supports students incorporating measurement techniques in their projects.
 
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MHR Training

HUMAN RIGHTS POLICY ANALYSIS: TOOLS AND PRACTICES
Assessing impact, measuring progress

This not-for-credit course  will address major human rights policy challenges and analysis techniques, with a focus on tools and practices in assessing impact and measuring progress

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Internship opportunities lists previous and upcoming internship opportunities both within Harvard and internationally.


Student fellows receive support from the Measurement & Human Rights Program and produce quantitatively-based work under the guidance of the program.

 
Student Work (additional examples forthcoming)

Measuring the Unmeasurable: Community Reintegration of Former Child Soldiers in Cote d’Ivoire
(Policy Analysis Exercise, Harvard Kennedy School; Authors: Tomo Hamakawa and Katherine Randall)

 
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