2008

Ukraine

The Report shows that on the basis of most human development indicators Ukraine lags far behind all EU member countries, including Romania and Bulgaria which joined the EU in 2007.

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Turkey

Turkey’s young men and women are its next generation. They have skills and ambitions, vision and energy. But they need to be given opportunities to utilise these to the fullest. If this can be achieved, the county’s future will be assured and sustainable.

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Serbia

The 2008 National Human Development Report for Serbia, focuses on Regional Cooperation.

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Russia

Demography, as much as economic and social progress, is a part of the concept of human development. Long life and health are the basis, which enable extension of human choice, creative life, material prosperity, access to high-quality education and full participation in society.

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This report is a first endeavor to analyze the impact of climate change on the Kazakhstan economy, and the influence of Kazakhstan on the global problem of climate change.

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Georgia

The report examines the extent to which post-Revolution reforms have impacted on human development opportunities.

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Basic public services for 1.3 billion people
China

This report assesses progress and analyzes trends in human development; discusses the relationship between basic public services and human development; reviews the evolution of and innovations in service

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The Role of Civil Society
Egypt

The report centres-in on the developmental role of civil society in light of worldwide government recognition of the pivotal role of civil society, and particularly think tanks, which are increasingly being invited to contribute to social policy formulation.

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Swaziland

In the past, Swaziland as a nation has met many challenges, including wars, droughts, famines and epidemics.

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Mozambique

The theme of the 2008 National Human Development Report is the Role of the Information Communication Technologies in Achieving the Millennium Development Goals.

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