Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States

The last chapter elaborates in greater detail on the main elements of a potential strategy, developed as mentioned earlier in the context of a UNDP/ILO Social Policy Review.

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The report suggests that a consensus has begun to emerge concerning some of the elements that are central to the elaboration of the Human Development Strategy for Ukraine, which would put people first.

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The Turkmenistan NHDR provides a broad view of the status of various national human development indicators, and of Government priorities and policies. Most importantly it demonstrates the Government's commitment to ensure that the human development paradigm is central to national policy.

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The Turkey NHDR is a thorough analysis of the country's human development situation, both within the country and vis-à-vis other countries.

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The Tajikistan NHDR paints an alarming picture of economic and social decline caused by the break-up of established linkages with the Soviet Union, and aggravated by civil war and natural catastrophes in the form of floods.

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The Report introduces the reader to a people and a country that until recently were hidden as a rare gem in the heart of Europe.

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The Report paints a "disturbing picture" of the current state of human development in Russia.

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In concluding the Report, attention is given to trying to identify some principles and actions for the implementation of a sustainable human development policy in Romania. These would provide the basis for a comprehensive national action plan as well as sectoral and regional programmes.

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The Summary in Part III provides a comprehensive account of social development after 1989; opportunities for and threats to human development; forecasts of social development and possible scenarios for its application in Poland.

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In 1991, Moldova's year of independence, the global HDR ranked the Republic at 64th place internationally in a survey of 179 nations' human development.

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