Human Rights Facts

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called human rights facts: data, numbers, statistics and graphs about human rights.

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Human Rights Facts (1): Imperialism
Human Rights Facts (2): AIDS
Human Rights Facts (3): Development Aid
Human Rights Facts (4): Conditional Development Aid
Human Rights Facts (5): Free Press
Human Rights Facts (6): International Private Charity
Human Rights Facts (7): Human Development Index
Human Rights Facts (8): War
Human Rights Facts (9): Military Spending
Human Rights Facts (10): Arms Trade
Human Rights Facts (11): Support for Democracy and Political Rights
Human Rights Facts (12): Support for Human Rights
Human Rights Facts (13): Millennium Development Goals
Human Rights Facts (14): Dehumanization
Human Rights Facts (15): Putinism, or Putin’s Model of Successful Authoritarianism
Human Rights Facts (16): The Yellow Peril
Human Rights Facts (17): What Dictatorship Does to You, A Comparison of North and South Korea
Human Rights Facts (18): Waning Support for Human Rights as a Foreign Policy Priority
Human Rights Facts (19): Inequality of Opportunity Index
Human Rights Facts (20): People in Developed Countries Ready to Contribute Funds Necessary to Cut Hunger in Half by 2015
Human Rights Facts (21): Poverty and Urbanization
Human Rights Facts (22): Support for Democracy in Latin America
Human Rights Facts (24): Freedom in 2008
Human Rights Facts (25): There’s No Reason For Anyone to Be Poor
Human Rights Facts (26): Human Rights and the Recession
Human Rights Facts (27): Democratization and Economic Growth, Why Democracy is Good for the Economy
Human Rights Facts (28): The Recession, Poverty and Human Rights
Human Rights Facts (29): Urban Slums
Human Rights Facts (30): Censorship by Country
Human Rights Facts (31): The Recession and Global Poverty
Human Rights Facts (32): Poverty and Obesity
Human Rights Facts (33): The Recession and Development Aid
Human Rights Facts (34): The Recession and Anti-Semitism
Human Rights Facts (35): The Recession and Organ Trade
Human Rights Facts (36): The Recession and Unemployment
Human Rights Facts (37): Charitable Giving by Income Group
Human Rights Facts (38): Declining Numbers of Conflicts and Rising Military Spending
Human Rights Facts (39): The Arms Industry in 2008
Human Rights Facts (40): The Recession and Global Poverty, Ctd.
Human Rights Facts (41): The Effect of the Recession on Charitable Giving
Human Rights Facts (42): Lifetime Risk of Maternal Death
Human Rights Facts (43): Defense Spending in the U.S.
Human Rights Facts (44): Support for Intervention in Darfur
Human Rights Facts (45): Increasing International Development Aid
Human Rights Facts (46): A Country’s Responsibility to Promote Democracy Abroad
Human Rights Facts (47): Poverty and Obesity, Ctd.
Human Rights Facts (48): Numbers of Abortions Going Down
Human Rights Facts (49): Poor People More Likely to Have Experienced Depression
Human Rights Facts (50): Internet Filtering in China
Human Rights Facts (51): Dramatic Decrease in World Poverty
Human Rights Facts (52): More People Than Ever Live in Slums
Human Rights Facts (53): Charitable Giving Down Because of the Recession
Human Rights Facts (54): Rights in Afghanistan
Human Rights Facts (55): Helping the Poor by Giving Them Money
Human Rights Facts (56): The Poor Are More Generous Than the Rich
Human Rights Facts (57): Where Are The Hungry?
Human Rights Facts (58): CCTV
Human Rights Facts (59): The Dalai Lama Effect in International Human Rights Discourse
Human Rights Facts (60): Slavery Time Line
Human Rights Facts (61): The Inadequacy of the U.S. Poverty Line
Human Rights Facts (62): US Public Opinion on a Number of Human Rights Issues
Human Rights Facts (63): Tens of Thousands of U.S. Citizens Die of Poverty Each Year
Human Rights Facts (64): Estimates of a Dramatic Decrease in the Number of Poor People
Human Rights Facts (65): Hunger in America
Human Rights Facts (66): Life Expectancy Across Social Groups in the U.S.
Human Rights Facts (67): Human Rights in Countries’ Constitutions
Human Rights Facts (68): How Easy It Is to Kill the Internet
Human Rights Facts (69): What Dictatorship Does to You, A Comparison of East Germany Before and After the Fall of Communism
Human Rights Facts (70): Intolerance and Discrimination in America
Human Rights Facts (71): Poverty and Obesity, Ctd.
Human Rights Facts (72): The Siege of Sarajevo
Human Rights Facts (73): Slavery in Mauritania

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