What do we actually mean by putting people at the center of development? New #HDialogue blog by @NaglerUNDP underscoring the importance of empowering people as agents of change #HDR2016
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Did you know Europe is home to only 6 percent of global refugees while 86 percent are in developing countries? On World Refugee day read ‘Five common Myths about #Refugees’ #HDR2016 #WithRefugees
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New common sources for data:: the Human Development Report 2016 calls for a more refined data analysis to inform actions to achieve #HumanDvelopment4all Key data, disaggregated for characteristics such as place, gender, socioeconomic status and ethnicity, is vital to know who is being left behind. #HDR2016 #SDGs bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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About to starts - last day of the United Nations Ocean's Conference in New York.

Around one half of all people live on or close to the coast, and data from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization show that around a billion people – mainly in developing countries - rely on fish in their diet.

But the oceans are vital to everyone, even those living far from the coast. The...
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In the last 27 years, Human development measures have not paid much attention to people’s empowerment. The Human Development Report 2016 argues that even though difficult, future assessments should cover voice and participation to better assess people’s well-being. #HDR2016 #HumanDevelopment4all bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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Today is World Oceans Day. More than 8 million tonnes of plastic leak into the ocean each year – equal to dumping a garbage truck of plastic every minute.

Read the new #HDialogue blog ‘Planet Ocean’ by Christina Lengfelder, Research Specialist, and Jon Hall, Policy Specialist at HDRO/UNDP

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Today is World Oceans Day More than 8 million tonnes of plastic

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Disaggregated data on such characteristics as place, gender, socioeconomic status and ethnicity is one of 5-points in the Human Development Report 2016 action plan to make #humandevelopment for everyone a reality: bit.ly/1lfu5e8 #HDR2016
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From 1990 to 2015, life expectancy at the global level increased by 6 years. But to know the full story, look at this table and the difference between life expectancy and healthy life expectancy for several countries. For more accurate #humandevelopment picture, it is time now to focus on quality, not just quantity, of achievement #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
From 1990 to 2015 life expectancy at the global level increased by

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What will be the nature of #work in future? @SelimJahnUNDP discusses in this new #HDialogue blog #HDR2015
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A quarter-century of impressive human development progress continues to leave many people behind, with systemic, often unmeasured, barriers to catching up. The 2016 Human Development Report advocates for a more accurate #humandevelopment picture by focusing also on the quality, not just quantity, of human development #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
A quartercentury of impressive human development progress continues to leave many people

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Key development metrics can overstate progress when they focus on the quantity, rather than the quality, of development. For example, while more children are attending school and the education gap is closing, pupil-teacher ratios exceeded 40 to 1 in 23 countries in sub-Saharan Africa in 2011. And dropout rates, at 42 percent, are still very high. Human development for everyone requires greater...
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The Human Development Report 2016 ‘Human Development for Everyone’ stresses how Innovative presentations and real time data may help in understanding the wellbeing and empowerment of those who have not benefited from the progress made in the last decades bit.ly/1lfu5e8 #HDR2016 #HumanDevelopment4all
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Why are 1.5 billion people still multidimensionally poor? Why are deprivations in fundamental conditions of life like food, decent work and clean water so prevalent across many societies?

Astra Bonini, Policy Specialist at HDRO, discusses the barriers to universal human development in this new #HDialogue blog
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Data disaggregation shows that people living in small island developing state face numerous challenges, including economic barriers and extreme vulnerability to climate change. The obstacles are especially high for young people looking for work. For instance in Latin America and the Caribbean youth unemployment rates range from 18 percent to 47 percent among countries in the Caribbean (with...
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The global #HDR2016 cites examples of how data disaggregation can help know who is being left behind and why: the National #2014HDR for Nepal found wide variations in the Human Development Index (HDI) across population groups. The highest inequalities are in education, and this may have pronounced long-term effects on capabilities later in life #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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Data disaggregation by groups key to achieve #HumanDevelopment4all The table below shows the difference in years of schooling, for indigenous and nonindigenous children, on selected countries #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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The latest #HumanDevelopment Report ‘Human Development for Everyone” is now available in Spanish, French, Russian and Arabic. Download the report here [ Ow.ly Link ] #HDR2016
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Data disaggregation by region key to achieve #HumanDevelopment4all: On average, in the world, 29 percent of the people living in rural areas are multidimensionally poor as measured by the MPI, versus 11 percent in urban areas, though there is variation across regions. #Hdr2016 #HumanDevelopment4all bit.ly/1lfu5e8
Data disaggregation by region key to achieve HumanDevelopment4all On average in the

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What can be done to ensure that financing for health, education and poverty reduction are not forgotten in the long list of #SDGs? New #HDialogue blog on financing for #humandevelopment by @jacob_assa
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Selim Jahan, author of the latest Human Development Report ‘Human Development for Everyone’, says we need to look past national statistical averages for a deeper analysis of who is excluded from human development progress. Read the report here.
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Introduction to the Human Development Report 2016 'Human Development for Everyone'

Selim Jahan, Director of the Human Development Report Office and lead author of the 2016 Human Development Report 'Human Development for Everyone' introduces...

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