The 2022 Update of the International SERF Index is now available. This year’s update includes sex disaggregated data on food security. As a result, this year’s update includes sex disaggregated data on the right to education, right to food, and two aspects of the right to health for both the low- and middle- income assessment standard and the high income assessment standard. You can find an overview of the 2022 Update HERE and download the 2022 Update data HERE.
The 2021 update of the International SERF Index is now available! This year’s update re-estimated all of the achievement possibility frontiers used to benchmark State obligations using the new round of the International Comparison Project providing per capita income data measured in 2017 PPP$. This year’s update continues to include sex disaggregation of many scores on many right aspects and the excess income metric scores introduced last year. You can find an overview of the 2021 Update HERE and download the 2021 Update data HERE.
The Economic and Social Rights Empowerment Initiative has joined forces with the Human Rights Measurement Initiative, HRMI. HRMI has adopted the SERF Index and underlying metrics as its economic and social rights scores for their “income-adjusted” quality of life metrics. HRMI proides extensive data visualization tools showing country performance over time and comparing country performance at a given time. Explore HRMI’s data HERE.
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.
Find out which countries have progressed and which have regressed in meeting the commitments to fulfill economic and social rights in the newly released SERF Index Historical Trends 1970-2010.