The Cingranelli-Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data project is now hosted at UConn! The project, beginning in 2004 at SUNY at Binghampton, was created as a collaborative project with UConn and the University of Georgia to provide measureable datasets on 15 human rights in 195 different countries. Dr. David Richards of the Human Rights Institute at UConn has worked extensively on the project since 2010, and is responsible for bringing the data to the Archives & Special Collections for hosting.
This dataset has been accessed by such global entities as the World Bank who view progress through quantitative figures. The CIRI website allows researchers to search by specific indicators and specific countries to measure the effects of rights observed. The database can be accessed through the following URL: http://www.humanrightsdata.com/