Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

Habitat and the Living Conditions of the Population

The focus of this report, in addition to the presentation of information on standard of living, social development and the economy, is on "habitat", which, for the purposes of this report, means the interaction of the individual with others and with his/her immediate surroundings.

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The Report describes the inherited structures and policies from the former Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, which it argues are proclaimed, but not factually compatible with the goals of human development, but whose mechanisms and financing requirements proved to make them unsustainab

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The Report concentrates on the economic trends experienced in Russia during the transition and the substantial challenges faced by the Government to satisfy people’s expectations and to alleviate suffering.

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The Report reflects current UNDP orientations. It emphasizes the habitat as a distinct theme and attempts to outline a comprehensive picture of human development in terms of the evolution of labour resources, education and health, and social protection.

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Whereas the first Polish NHDR summarized the first years of transition and emphasized the social cost of the process, the 1996 NHDR focused particularly on the themes of the Second UN conference on Human Settlements (HABITAT II), with particular reference to the critical housing situation in the

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The Report describes the inherited structures and policies from the former Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, which it argues are proclaimed, but not factually compatible with the goals of human development, but whose mechanisms and financing requirements proved to make them unsustainab

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This National Human Development Report for the Republic of Moldova reflects the changes and the problems of human development during the past years, including 1995.

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Human Development Report 1995: lessons and continuity. Lithuania's first ever Human Development Report (HDR) was published in 1995. Applying UNDP's global

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The Latvia Human Development Report 1996 builds on the 1995 report, aiming to further the development debate in Latvia by analyzing progress achieved, pointing to challenges still ahead and suggesting ways to improve human well-being.

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The report addresses three of the country’s highest priority problems: improving habitat, alleviating poverty and reducing crime. The report finds that to successfully resolve these problems, the economic situation and the degree of public support of reform are crucial.

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