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.

David Crow es profesor asociado de estudios internacionales en el CIDE y ex director del proyecto de encuestas Las Américas y el Mundo.

David Crow est professeur associé d’études internationales au CIDE et l’ancien directeur du projet « les Amériques et le monde ».

ديفيد كرو يعمل أستاذاً مساعداً بقسم الدارسات الدولية بمركز سادي (CIDE) للأبحاث الأكاديمية والتعليم العالي، كما عمل سابقاً في منصب مدير مشروع الدراسات الاستقصائية بالأمريكتين والعالم.

 

Is the UN a friend or foe?

November 17, 2017
By: Charles T. Call & David Crow & James Ron
Español | Français | العربية

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
Español | العربية

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
Español | Français | العربية

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
Español | Français | العربية | Português | Türkçe

Using cutting-edge human rights perception polls, the authors explore links between social class and domestic human rights movements in Mexico, ...

 

 
 
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