Articles Drawing on OpinionHub Data


Policy & Media 

Across the Globe, Governments Are Cracking Down on Civic Organizations. This is WhyWashington Post. (2017)

Monetizing the Human Rights ‘Brand.' OpenGlobalRights. (2017) 

Ordinary People Will Pay for Rights. We Asked Them. OpenGlobalRights. (2017) 

Human Rights Groups Are Secretly U.S. Agents. True or False? Washington Post (2016) 

Earning the Trust of Human Rights Supporters. OpenGlobalRights. (2016)

For Moroccan Rights Groups, Good Intentions Aren’t Enough. OpenGlobalRights. (2015) 

Mapping Human Rights Skepticism in Mexico. OpenGlobalRights. (2015)

Partners in Prayer: Women’s Rights & Religion in Morocco. OpenGlobalRights. (2015)

Data-Driven Optimism for Global Rights Activists. OpenGlobalRights.  (2015)

Universal Values, Foreign Money: Local Human Rights Organizations in the Global South. OpenGlobalRights. (2013)

The Struggle for a Truly Grass Roots Human Rights Movement. OpenGlobalRights.  (2013)



Taking Root: Human Rights and Public Opinion in the Global South. Oxford University Press (2017)

Local Resources for Local Rights? The Mumbai Fundraiser’s Dilemma. Journal of Human Rights (2017)

Can Southern Human Rights Organizations Raise More Money Locally? Journal of Human Rights Practice (2016)

Universal Values, Foreign Money: Funding Local Human Rights Organizations in the Global SouthReview of International Political Economy (2016)

Who Trusts Human Rights Organizations? Evidence from Three World Regions. Human Rights Quarterly (2015)

Human Rights Familiarity and Socio-Economic Status: A Four-Country StudySur (2014)