Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

The third NHDR of Turkey analyses human rights from a social development oriented perspective.

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The second NHDR for Macedonia is focused on the state’s role in creating and providing a social environment that fosters human rights. The report also considers the challenges of developing a market economy that requires an efficient state.

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The 1998 NHDR analysed the peace-making process, poverty, and post-conflict trends of development.

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The main goal of the first Slovenia HDR is to highlight the fact that, apart from economic growth, there are other problems whose resolution is at least as important as growth in GDP.

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The Slovakia 1998 NHDR draws the attention to some human development problems whose solutions are perceived by the Slovak citizens as the most urgent.

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The main theme of the Russian Federation's fourth NHDR is regional and social inequality regarding human development.

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The theme of the Romanian HDR 1998 is "the shrinking state" - a reduced central government which is seen as a positive step toward achieving good governance.

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Poland's 1998 report reviews inequalities in access to education against the background of human rights, of long-term changes in human development, as well as new requirements for learning determined by the needs of the "knowledge society".

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The 1998 Moldova NHDR examines the topic "The Role of the State in Social Cohesion", the main idea being to analyze the impact of the Moldovan model of transition on the society.

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The Lithuanian Human Development Report 1998
(LHDR-98)is the fourth in a series of annual national
reports financed and conceptually supported by the
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)in
Lithuania since 1995.Its theme has been inspired by

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