2005

The 2003-2005 National Human Development Report (NHDR)for Romania is the eighth since 1995, and focuses on local governance and human development as a key theme of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Human Capabilities in the Region

Similarly to the previous reports, this year’s report analyzes issues that are important both on individual and societal level, as well as gives policy recommendations. This year’s report addresses the significant and current issue of development in the Latvia’s regions.

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The National Human Development Report (NHDR) 2005 is devoted to analysis of how civil society mechanisms influence human capacity development in Kyrgyzstan.

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Insights into the Future

The 2005 Kazakhstan Human Development Report presents the first in-depth research into the role and needs of older people from the perspective of human development in Kazakhstan.

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This is the fifth National Human Development Report produced for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the second to take a distinct secrtorl theme - that of local governance reform.

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Addressing Imbalances in the Economy and Society

The focus of this Report is on the imbalances affecting the nation's progress towards higher levels of human development.

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Operationalizing the MDGs in Albania

The Albania NHDR 2005 focus on Pro-Poor and Pro-Women HD issues through surveys and research at the local level dealing with perceptions on poverty and gender issues.

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Based on the concept of human security, the report assesses the state of human security, using human development indicators additional indicators of human security.

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Progress and challenges

This Special Initiatives Report reports on trends and patterns in key dimensions of human development for each of Malaysia's 14 states.

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The Human Development Strategy, while providing people with opportunities to develop their capacities, must place people at its center and, as such, give high priority to gender equality since gender equality really represents a keystone of human development that stresses sustainable productivity

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