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CIRI Human Rights Data Project 2011

Women's economic rights include a number of internationally recognized rights. These rights include:  equal pay for equal work, free choice of profession or employment, equality in hiring and promotion practices, job security, non-discri ...

Women’s political rights include a number of internationally recognized rights, including: the right to vote, right to run for political office, right to hold elected and appointed government positions, right to join political parties, righ ...

This variable indicates the extent to which workers enjoy basic rights, including a prohibition on the use of any form of forced or compulsory labor; a minimum age for the employment of children; and acceptable conditions of work with respect to ...

This variable indicates the extent to which the freedom of citizens to exercise and practice their religious beliefs is subject to actual government restrictions. Citizens should be able to freely practice their religion and proselytize other cit ...

This variable indicates to what extent citizens enjoy freedom of political choice and the legal right and ability in practice to change the laws and officials that govern them through free and fair elections. This right is sometimes known as the ...

This variable indicates the extent to which freedoms of speech and press are affected by government censorship, including ownership of media outlets. Censorship is any form of restriction that is placed on freedom of the press, speech or expressi ...

This variable indicates citizens’ freedom to leave and return to their country and to travel within their own country. It combines the Freedom of Foreign Movement and Freedom of Domestic Movement variables. Scores of 0-2 indicates the exte ...

This variable indicates the extent to which the freedoms of assembly and association (to assemble freely and to associate with other persons in political parties, trade unions, cultural organizations, or other special-interest groups) are subject ...

Rates the level of government respect for a variety of internationally recognized human rights. This is an additive index constructed from the Foreign Movement, Domestic Movement, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Assembly & Association, Workers ...

Torture refers to the purposeful inflicting of extreme pain, whether mental or physical, by government officials or by private individuals at the instigation of government officials.This also includes deaths in custody due to negligence by govern ...

Political imprisonment refers to the incarceration of people by government officials because of: their speech; their non-violent opposition to government policies or leaders; their religious beliefs/practices or their membership in a group. Scor ...

Extrajudicial killings are killings by government officials without due process of law. They include murders by private groups if instigated by government. These killings may result from the deliberate, illegal, and excessive use of lethal force ...

Disappearances are cases in which people have disappeared, political motivation appears likely, and the victims have not been found. Knowledge of the whereabouts of the disappeared is, by definition, not public knowledge.  Scores of 0-2 ind ...

Rates the level of government respect for a variety of internationally recognized human rights.  This is an additive index constructed from the Torture, Extrajudicial Killing, Political Imprisonment, and Disappearance indicators.   W ...

Rated the level of government respect for a variety of internationally recognized human rights. The variables in the CIRI dataset can be grouped in three main categories. The first category contains four variables dealing with violations of physi ...

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