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Human rights & democracy statistics. About this Video In this video, made for the Oslo freedom Forum 2009, Hans Rosling discuss the difficulty in measuring progress in Human Rights in the form of comparable numerical statistics.
He also shows the surprisingly weak correlation between existing estimates for democracy and socio-economic progress. The reason may be that democracy and human rights measurements are badly done. It may also be that democracy and human rights are dimensions of development that are in themselves difficult to assign numerical values. Human rights & democracy statistics Indicateurs internationaux de développement humain - PNUD. Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. The Joy of Stats. Desktop. This software has been renamed to Gapminder World Offline Because of technical problems the software on this page is no longer being maintained!
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