HRMI is a unique collaborative venture that will bring together NGOs, IGOs, national human rights institutes, and members of the public or citizen sector groups.
For NGOs, participation in this project means:
For funding partners, participation in this project means:
Key collaborators are listed below.
Researchers working for human rights NGOs around the world will fill in an annual HRMI-administered online questionnaire that will convert the qualitative on-the-ground information that researchers have into more quantitative scales. This makes HRMI the first measurement-related bridge to be built between the human rights NGO community and the more academic human rights measurement experts.
The HRMI team, which includes some of the world’s most experienced experts in the field, will use state-of-the-art techniques to develop reputable, reliable thematic measures and also quantify the uncertainty inherent in these measures. Our lead expert contributors are:
Supporting organisations include:
Measures will be co-designed to meet the needs of future users of the data, by constantly testing and seeking feedback.
A number of supporters are contributing professional expertise probono. HRMI is also seeking partnerships with philanthropic foundations and high impact investors.