HRDAGHuman Rights Data Analysis Group (Palo Alto, CA)
HRDAGHigh Risk Discharge Advisory Group (Connecticut)
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164) HRDAG uses data from "individual testimonies, legal depositions, probability surveys, administrative records from morgues and cemeteries, exhumation reports, operational records from a prison, career information on military and police officers, eyewitness interviews, and official customs and immigration records.
The "It breaks the human" report released by the human rights group Amnesty International highlights new statistics from the Human Rights Data Analysis Group, or HRDAG, an organization that uses scientific approaches to analyze human rights violations.
Or it might mean having the worst perpetrators removed from public office," HRDAG says on its website.