Latin America and the Caribbean

The report underlines the effects of the long lasting internal conflict on the evolution of human development. The analysis draws attention to the differences at the national and regional levels and between men and women.

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The Case of Eastern Europe and the CIS

The report argues that human settlement formation and sustenance rests on creating capacities to continuously resolve socio-cultural, political and economic problems and conflicts, as well as addressing issues related to the natural environment.

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This first Report on Sustainable Human Development introduces a new monitoring system to follow-up and track progress in sustainable human development as well as regional integration.

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Building competitiveness in the face of vulnerability

The first Human Development Report for the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) calls on the nine small island member states to build economic competitiveness and promote human development, in the face of vulnerabilities ranging from trade imbalances to hurricanes and volcanoes.

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The Report focuses on Sustainable Human Development in Central America. It gives a record of Central American countries' efforts to become a more united and integrated region, and increase its capacity to promote human development.

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Por medio de una amplia compilacion y analisis de datos, muchos de ellos ineditos, el informe traza un exhaustivo retrato de la diversidad en la Centroamerica contemporanea, que permite identificar prioridades especificas de politica publica.

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La seguridad ciudadana se ha convertido en una de las principales preocupaciones de la población en América Latina y el Caribe y constituye un obstáculo objetivo para el desarrollo humano sostenible.

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Breaking the intergenerational transmission of inequality

The Regional Human Development Report for Latin America and the Caribbean 2010 champions a new approach to understanding and tackling the prevailing inequality in terms of human development plaguing Latin American and Caribbean countries.

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The Caribbean Human Development Report reviews the current state of crime as well as national and regional policies and programmes to address the problem in seven English- and Dutch-speaking Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Suriname, and Trinidad a

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The Report studies poverty from a human development perspective. The analysis is mainly based on information obtained from the Social Survey 1998 (ENSO 98).

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