Amérique latine et les Caraïbes

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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Leveraging its analysis on the fundamental goal of the Human Development, the report seeks to ensure that “peoples choices are enlarged and that they can exercise these choices to enjoy long, healthy, and creative lives.” The report succinctly illustrates how young adults are experiencing “dimini

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The report addresses the relationship between the equality and economic vulnerability of the country.

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Este Informe procura hacer un análisis de posibilidades y limitaciones de la sociedad hondureña para hacer crecer su economía y que ésta signifique una sólida base del despliegue de las oportunidades y el bienestar para todos.

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The report describes the evaluation of the discriminations suffered by certain groups.

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This report is a diagnostic over the challenges of the country, the reform process and the high economic growth with a widening of the human capabilities with the object of increasing the access to opportunities.

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Recognition of the relationship between human development and equality is essential and represents the most powerful instrument for society's future improvement.

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Towards a stronger society to govern the future: Social capital and citizenship

Thierry Lemaresquier - Resident Representative (UNDP)
Eugenio Ortega R. - Coordinator (UNDP)
Marianne Krause (Escuela de Psicología - Universidad Católica de Chile)
Tony Mifsud (Centro de Ética - Universidad Alberto Hurtado)

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1991-2000

UNDP Brazil, in conjunction with the Ministry of Planning's Applied Economic Research Institute (IPEA) and the Joao Pinheiro Foundation (MG), has been producing an annual "Atlas of Human Development in Brazil" since 1997.

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