Gouvernance démocratique et société civile

Civil Society and Development
Kosovo-2008

After a close look at what we mean when we say “civil society” and what we mean when we say “development,” the report goes on to explore the history of civil society in Kosovo, its legal context, and ways it can influence public policy.

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The 1997 Morocco NHDR is divided into four sections. The principal section is looking at the economic and population context of human development as well as the impact of globalization on human development in Morocco.

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Poverty

The first ZDHR was produced in 1997 with Poverty as its theme. It reviewed the progress and challenges that Zambia faced during the 1990s in promoting human development, and showed that poverty was high in Zambia with nearly 70% of the population below the poverty line.

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Habitat and the Living Conditions of the Population

The focus of this report, in addition to the presentation of information on standard of living, social development and the economy, is on "habitat", which, for the purposes of this report, means the interaction of the individual with others and with his/her immediate surroundings.

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The report begins with a description of the background to the demographic, economic and health conditions prevailing in Botswana, particularly the challenge of the AIDS epidemic.

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Year: 1999
Type: National Reports
Region: Africa
Country: Angola

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This report focuses on the future of the country. Its main thesis is that democratic governance is not only a challenge for the development of the country, but also a vital opportunity for bringing about qualitative changes in people’s lives.

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The report focuses on the interrelationships between human development, democracy and economic progress in Indonesia, in the wake of the East Asian financial crisis.

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The Senegal NHDR 2001 looks at the impact of governance on human development. In 2000 the first fully transparent elections were held in Senegal, testing the democratic capabilities of the state institutions, the press, civil society organizations and the public.

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