Over the years, the global, regional, national and sub-national Human Development Reports have inspired a global movement to articulate human development priorities in every region and to mobilize action for policy-making. The HDR-Net, established in 1999, continues to strengthen this movement by serving as dynamic springboards for professional knowledge sharing and learning on human development issues. The network has evolved into a community of over 1000 human development professionals from within UNDP, government, academia, research and NGO communities.
Network members are encouraged to:
Past topics discussed include Tackling Social Exclusion, Human Security, Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation and Decentralisation.
Are you interested in sharing your experience or learning about ongoing human development-related research projects? Please join the network by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
HDR-Net Messages and archives may be consulted in the forum.
Consolidated Replies (CRs) provide a comprehensive summary of responses to any given question, query or discussion that takes place on the network in a user friendly format designed to make key information available at a glance. CRs add value by distilling UNDP's collective experiences and knowledge, enriching them with external resources and perspectives, and making them available to our global community of practice members.
For a selection of the main HDR Network discussions that have taken place since November 1999, please visit our CR database.