David Crow

David Crow is an associate professor of international studies at CIDE and the former director of the Americas and the World survey project.

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Is the UN a friend or foe?

November 17, 2017
By: Charles T. Call & David Crow & James Ron
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Many Republicans believe that the UN curbs America’s interests, but people in the global South often view the UN as a tool of the United States. ...

 

Monetizing the human rights “brand”

May 4, 2017
By: David Crow & José Kaire & James Ron
Español

Marketing research can help Mexican rights groups monetize their “brand” and boost public donations.

Ordinary people will pay for rights. We asked them

February 15, 2017
By: James Ron & José Kaire & David Crow
Español

New research suggests that if human rights organizations use evidence-based fundraising strategies, the public will donate.

Human rights groups are secretly US agents. True or false?

December 19, 2016
By: James Ron & David Crow
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For rights activists, Trump’s victory is a dark cloud with one silver lining. For the next four years, human rights groups will be inoculated ...

 

Mapping human rights skepticism in Mexico

July 1, 2015
By: David Crow
Español

Most Mexicans don’t associate human rights with protecting criminals, but surveys show this varies depending on region and political affiliation.

Data-driven optimism for global rights activists

June 29, 2015
By: James Ron & Shannon Golden & David Crow & Archana Pandya
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Opinion polls across four world regions suggest that human rights activists can be cautiously optimistic—the public likes and trusts them.

The struggle for a truly grassroots human rights movement

June 18, 2013
By: James Ron & David Crow & Shannon Golden
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Using cutting-edge human rights perception polls, the authors explore links between social class and domestic human rights movements in Mexico, ...