Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

The aim of the report is to show from a human perspective both the results and the problems of Kazakhstan’s socio-economic development. The human development issues covered include, the demographic situation, health care, education, standard of living and the environmental impact.

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Year: 1996
Type: National Reports
Region: Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Country: Hungary

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The report considers the following human development goals to be of particular importance for Georgia’s current situation: employment and reasonable incomes for all; a comprehensive system of social security; a pluralistic, but integrated society, ensuring peace and tolerance for ethnic and relig

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Year: 1996
Type: National Reports
Region: Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Country: Estonia

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The report outlines the circumstances which shaped the deep-reaching political and economic transformation of the last six years, the social and demographic consequences of the transformation and current developments.

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The report aims at identifying the most vulnerable groups in Bulgarian society as well as the areas which need most urgent attention. The views set forth in the report have emerged from the candid and professional analysis of an eminent team working under the guidance of Prof.

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The Report is dedicated to the second UN Conference on Human Settlements HABITAT-II held in Istanbul in June 1996 which is the latest in a series of the UN global conferences.

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Azerbaijan today faces challenges as well as opportunities in its strive for human development. As the second Human Development Report being published by the UNDP in Azerbaijan, the 1996 Report outlines the basic elements for a human development strategy, albeit in broad terms.

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The report introduces SHDI, which attempts to adapt the Human Development Index to the concept of sustainable human development. The index hopes to factor in environmental cost of the degree of attained development. The aim of this

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The report reflects a continuation of the debate on the concept of ‘Sustainable Human Development’ and provides a description of general trends and achievements. Emphasis continues to be given to the issue of inherited and newly emerging social and economic disparities.

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