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¿Cómo ha influido en el desarrollo humano del debate sobre el desarrollo en los últimos 25 años? ¿Cómo guidao la formulacion de politicas y propiciado el cambio a nivel estatal?¿Cuáles son los retos que se avecinan? Líderes de opinión en materia de desarrollo reflexionan sobre estos temas en una serie especial del blog HDialogue.

18 Marzo 2016 | Natalia Linou and Jon Hall are policy specialists in, respectively, UNDP’s HIV, Health and Development team and the Human Development Report Office.

Sunday marks the United Nations’ 5th International Day of Happiness. Few people are against the pursuit of happiness, but many argue that governments – and international organisations for that matter – have no business in setting happiness as a public policy goal.

17 Marzo 2016 | 2015 Human Development Report

Paid parental leave is one of the most important benefits of flexibility extended to working parents, especially when mandatory paternity leave policies are implemented.

15 Marzo 2016 | HDRO Research Team

The Human Development Report, 2015 highlights a contradiction: it is care work mostly undertaken by women - that makes possible much of the paid work that drives the market economy.

08 Marzo 2016 | Leymah Gbowee, Peace activist and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner

Just like women’s invisible work in the household, women’s work in community building and conflict resolution, which has significant human development implications, often goes unacknowledged.

02 Febrero 2016 | Robert Reich, Former United States Secretary of Labor

The argument voiced in the late 19th century over alleged “freedom of contract” was that any deal between employees and workers was perfectly fine if both sides voluntarily agreed to it. - So workers were worth no more than the wages they could command in the labour market.

18 Enero 2016 | By Selim Jahan, Director of the Human Development Report Office and lead author of the 2015 Human Development Report

The 2015 Human Development Report (HDR) considers major changes in the world of work, affecting when, how, and where people work.

22 Diciembre 2015 | Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the OECD’s Secretary-General

Until the Industrial Revolution, neither formal education nor advances in technology made much of a difference for the vast majority of people.

Helen Clark at HDR2015 launch
15 Diciembre 2015 | Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator

I am delighted to welcome you to the launch of the 2015 Human Development Report. UNDP expresses its profound gratitude to Ethiopia for hosting this launch, and for His Excellency the Prime Minister’s presence here with us today to give the keynote speech and launch the report.

14 Diciembre 2015 | Selim Jahan, Director of the Human development Report office and lead author of the report

Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,

13 Diciembre 2015 | Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary

It gives me great pleasure to share this platform for the launch of one the most anticipated reports of every year. This year has proved pivotal for the global development agenda setting. Because Addis Ababa has played a critical role in it.