The 2020 Update of the International SERF Index is now available. Highlights include sex disaggregation of scores on many right aspects, and the introduction of a new metric–the excess income metric. You can find an overview of the 2020 Update here and download the 2020 Update data here. .
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Terra Lawson-Remer and Susan Randolph are the 2019 winners of the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Ideas for improving World Order. The trio received the award for their book Fulfilling Economic and Social Rights. They will travel to Louisville, Kentucky to give a series of lectures on their book and will formally receive the award on April 11, 2019.
The Human Rights Measurement Initiative, HRMI, has adopted the Right Indices comprising the SERF Index as their economic and social rights metrics. They have just launched data visualization tools that allow you easily to compare a country’s performance on the different rights at a given time and over time, and to compare performance on each right within each geographic region. You can access these tools at www.humanrightsmeasurement.org by clicking on the orange button.
A new data visualization tool for the 2017 Update is now available that allows you to make radar plots of country performance for 2005, 2010, or 2015 evaluating performance using either the Core Index or the Supplementary Index for High Income OECD Countries. Check out this option here.