HDialogue

23 March 2017 |

Millions of people are not benefiting from progress, with the gap set to widen unless deep-rooted development barriers, including discrimination and unequal political participation, are tackled.

22 March 2017 |

I am delighted to join Prime Minister Stefan Löfven at this launch of the 2016 Human Development Report here in Stockholm. Sweden has long championed human development, and the results of its commitment and investments are reflected in its very high ranking on the Human Development Index.

21 March 2017 |

Let me start with a simple statement: every human being counts and every human life is equally valuable. That universalism is at the core of the human development concept and is the driving force behind the 2016 Human Development Report.

2016 HDR Report
19 March 2017 |

The Human Development Report 2016 ‘Human Development for Everyone’ will be launched on 21 March in Stockholm with the Prime Minister of Sweden, Stefan Löfven; United Nations Development Programme Administrator, Helen Clark; and the Director of the Human Development Report Office and

06 December 2016 |

The awardees are the teams behind the National Human Development Reports from Chile (2012), Montenegro (2013), Sri Lanka (2014) and Uganda (2015).

20 October 2016 | Milorad Kovacevic, Chief Statistician and Jon Hall, Policy Specialist at HDRO

October 20 is World Statistics Day and a good occasion to reflect on the ever growing attention to statistics.

21 September 2016 | Mathew Friedman, CEO The Mekong Club

Human trafficking, which represents the recruitment, transport, receipt and harboring of people for the purpose of exploiting their labor, affects almost all parts of the world and it is having a negative impact on human development progress.

12 June 2016 | A HDRO interview with Kailash Satyarthi, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

How has the world of child labour changed since you first got involved in the field? What are some of the positive changes and some of the less positive ones?

09 June 2016 | Frances Stewart, Professor Emeritus of Development economics at the University of Oxford.

There is no denying that conflict has far-reaching negative effects, including on employment.