La estadística de mortalidad del conflicto en Perú

En ese artículo respondemos a una crítica del estudio de mortalidad que realizamos para la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación en 2003.

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The Statistics of Mortality Due to Conflict in Peru

A key point is that human rights data collection prior to the TRC largely ignored violence by the Shining Path.

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Update on Work in Guatemala and the AHPN

HRDAG has sampled and analyzed documents at Guatemala's AHPN and has testified against war criminals based on that analysis.

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Primer to Inform Discussions about Bail Reform

The primer addresses what pretrial risk assessment is and what the research supports.

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Always Learning

Shemika Lemare 2018 HRDAG
The data science field is always changing, which means that I'll always be learning.

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Las cifras de la CVR en el 2019

Las estimaciones se estratificaron por ubicación y perpetrador.

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Reality and Risk in Our Mortality Study of the Peruvian TRC

HRDAG researchers and analysts at Peru's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) estimated conflict mortality due to violence using Capture-Recapture methods.

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HRDAG’s Year End Review: 2018

hrdag 2018 year end review
Reflecting on our work and identifying the highlights that illustrate HRDAG's priorities and successes.

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HRDAG Names New Board Member Margot Gerritsen

Margot is a professor in the Department of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University, interested in computer simulation and mathematical analysis of engineering processes.

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Counting the Dead in Sri Lanka

Counting Dead Sri Lanka
ITJP and HRDAG are urging groups inside and outside Sri Lanka to share existing casualty lists.

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New analysis of World War II Korean “comfort women” held by Japanese

There may have been more undocumented World War II-era Korean "comfort women" than known.

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HRDAG Report on Disappeared Tamils in Army Custody in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka civil war bus and passengers
HRDAG has published a report about the 500 Tamils who disappeared while in Army custody in Sri Lanka in 2009.

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The UDHR Turns 70

We're thinking about how rigorous analysis can fortify debates about components of our criminal justice system such as cash bail, pretrial risk assessment and fairness in general.

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Welcoming Our New Data Science Fellow

Shemika Lemare 2018 HRDAG
Shemika Lamare has joined the HRDAG team as our new data science fellow.

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HRDAG and #GivingTuesday 2018

Support HRDAG #GivingTuesday
Will you help HRDAG advance human rights?

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Welcoming Our New Data Scientist

Tarak Shah HRDAG 2018
We're thrilled to announce that Tarak Shah has joined our team as our new data scientist.

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Herb Spirer, 1925 – 2018

Herb Spirer / Barak Yedidia
Herb led and mentored a generation of statisticians working in human rights.

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HRDAG Testimony in Guatemala Retrials

HRDAG analysis presented by Patrick found that 5 percent of the indigenous Maya Ixil population was killed in a 15-month period.

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Open Source Summit 2018

Patrick Ball OSSummit 2018 HRDAG
On October 23, 2018, Patrick Ball keynoted at the Open Source Summit in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Where Stats and Rights Thrive Together

summer interns at HRDAG whiteboard, 2018
Everyone I had the pleasure of interacting with enriched my summer in some way.

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