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From Our Member, Human Rights Measurement Initiatives – 2023 Human Rights Data Release

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FORUM-ASIA is proud to feature the upcoming 2023 Human Rights Data Release by our esteemed Affiliate Member, Human Rights Measurement Initiatives (HRMI) based in New Zealand. We invite you to join HRMI this June as they unveil the latest findings on civil and political rights, economic and social rights (ESR), and human rights in East Asia. On June 22nd, HRMI will present the civil and political rights data, including the measurement of Freedom of Religion and Belief in nine countries, as well as scores for Bangladesh, Thailand, and the Maldives. On June 29th, they will reveal the economic and social rights data, highlighting the crucial role of ESR data in increasing investment in low-income countries and its correlation with wealth improvement. Furthermore, on June 28th, HRMI will delve into the human rights situation in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, exploring topics such as the evolving freedom of opinion and expression and the impact of Hong Kong’s National Security Law. Esteemed guest panelists will share their valuable insights and provide context to the scores.


2023 Human rights data release

Join us as we launch the 2023 human rights data on the Rights Tracker this June.

Civil and political rights data launch

June 22nd 2023

  • 7am US Eastern time
  • 1pm Central European Standard Time
  • 4:30pm Indian Standard Time
  • 11pm NZ Standard Time
  • Every time zone

Join us to find out what’s new in our 2023 civil and political rights data, including measuring Freedom of Religion and Belief in 9 countries, producing scores for Bangladesh, Thailand, and the Maldives, producing people at risk data about sex workers, and much more.

Our panel of guests will share their insight on these data and bring context to the scores. Come back later for an updated list of our guests.

You can register for our zoom webinar here, it will also be livestreamed on Youtube here.

Economic and social rights data launch

June 29th 2023

  • 11am US Eastern time
  • 5pm Central European Standard Time
  • 8:30pm Indian Standard Time
  • Every time zone

Join us to find out what’s new in our 2023 economic and social rights (ESR) data, including the role of ESR data in increasing investment in low income countries, how improving ESRs increases wealth, and much more.

Our panel of guests will share their insight on these data and bring context to the scores. Come back later for an updated list of our guests.

You can register for our zoom webinar here, it will also be livestreamed on Youtube here.

Human rights in East Asia data launch

June 28th

  • 10am Central European Standard Time
  • 1:30pm Indian Standard Time
  • 8pm NZ Standard Time
  • Every time zone

Join us for a deep dive into China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan’s 2023 human rights data, including how freedom of opinion and expression are evolving in these countries, the impact of Hong Kong’s National Security Law on human rights, and much more.

Our panel of guests will share their insight on these data and bring context to the scores. Come back later for an updated list of our guests.

You can join the zoom webinar here (no registration required), it will also be livestreamed on Youtube here.