Sikkim Human Development Report 2014

Expanding Opportunities, Promoting Sustainability Government of Sikkim Sikkim
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Development Report 2014 Expanding Opportunities, Promoting Sustainability
Sikkim ...

Author: Government of Sikkim Sikkim Human Development Report Cell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351223763

Category: Social Science

Page: 134

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This report brings together the findings of a decade-long field survey conducted in the Indian state of Sikkim. It outlines the interventions made by the state government in human development, biodiversity, gender equity, justice and other parameters. It also outlines Sikkim's efforts in achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

Human Development Report 2014

Most poeple in most countries have been steadily better in human development. Advances in technology and incomes hold ever-greater for longer, healthier, more secure lives.

Author: United Nations Development Programme

Publisher: United Nations Publications

ISBN: 9789211263688

Category: Political Science

Page: 225

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Over the last decades, most countries have improved levels of human development. But progress maybe slowing as uncertainty intensifies globally. This report examines vulnerabilities that endanger human development, focusing especially on the poorest. Most threats are structural and persistent and linked with life cycle vulnerabilities. Identifying policy measures to reduce threats and increase human resilience is therefore a high priority. The report sets out synergistic proposals including universal public provisioning of basic services over the life cycle to maintain and strengthen human capabilities, full employment and social protection policies. It highlights collective action and international cooperation to address global vulnerabilities and ensure sustainable progress.

Human Green Development Report 2014

J Econ Theory 2(3):244–263 Gorobets A (2011) Corrections to the human
development index and alternative indicators of sustainability. Int J Sustain Soc (
IJSSOC) 3(2):107–115 Human Development Report 1990. United Nations ...

Author: Xiaoxi Li

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3662435918

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 295

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This exhaustive survey assesses the performance of the United Nations and its member states in all key areas, at the same time as laying down a road map for sustainable development in the future. Deploying the Human Green Development Index as a new metric for an era in which human survival is intimately dependent on the viability of the Earth as a clean and sustainable habitat, the report showcases a vast array of data, including HGDI indicators for more than 120 nations. It provides a detailed and comparative rationale for the selection of data for the 12 goals and 54 HGDI targets, which cover human and global needs into the future. The index measures 12 Sustainable Development Goals, based on but also extending the eight Millennium Development Goals defined in 2000. The SDGs, proposed by a high-level UN panel, will supersede MDGs in 2015. They focus on ending poverty, achieving gender equality, providing quality education for all, helping people live healthy lives, securing sustainable energy use, and creating jobs offering sustainable livelihoods. They also work towards equitable growth, stable and peaceful societies, greater efficiency in governance, and closer international cooperation. With indicators covering everything from air particulates to percentage of threatened animal species in a nation’s total, and informed by the latest research (with inequality-adjusted metrics for amenities such as education and healthcare), this comprehensive study offers readers not only a wealth of valuable core data, but also a well-argued rationale for using the HGDI. In today’s world, we cannot view our development as being distinct from, and unaffected by, that of the Earth we inhabit, or that of our planetary cohabitees.

Human Development Report 2015

Human Development Report 2014: Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing
Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience. New York. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/
default/files/hdr14-report-en-1.pdf. Accessed 16 July 2015. ———. 2014c.
National Human ...

Author: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9210576152

Category: Political Science

Page: 288

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This report takes a broad view of the link between work and human development. Work is a critical tool for economic growth and security, poverty reduction and gender equality. It enables full participation in society while affording people a sense of dignity and worth. Humans working together not only increase their material well-being, they also accumulate a wide body of knowledge that serves as the basis for cultures and civilizations. The report finds that work enhances human development when policies are taken to expand productive, remunerative and satisfying work opportunities. Workers' skills and potentials are enhanced, their well-being in terms of rights, safety and benefits are ensured with targeted interventions, and an agenda incorporating decent work, a new Social Contract and a Global Deal is pursued.

Sikkim Human Development Report 2014

“The 2014 Sikkim Human Development Report comprehensively charts the progress made by the Himalayan state of India over the past decade.

Author: Sikkim Human Development Report Cell Government of Sikkim

Publisher: Routledge India

ISBN: 9781138926066

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 91

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This report brings together the findings of a decade-long field survey conducted in the Indian state of Sikkim. It outlines the interventions made by the state government in human development, biodiversity, gender equity, justice and other parameters. It also outlines Sikkim's efforts in achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

Human Development Report 2014

Author: S. Jahan

Publisher:

ISBN: 9789210576154

Category:

Page: 288

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Africa Human Development Report 2016

Accelerating Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment in Africa United
Nations Development Programme (United Nations ... 2014a. Gender at Work. A
Companion to the World Development Report on Jobs. Washington, D.C. –––.
2014b.

Author: United Nations Development Programme (United Nations Development Programme (UNDP))

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9213619022

Category: Political Science

Page: 190

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This 2016 Africa Human Development Report on gender equality follows the 2012 Africa Human Development Report, which looked at the importance of assuring food security for all Africans. The two reports share a common objective of addressing what might be considered two unfinished agenda items on Africa’s development trajectory. Both have long been recognized as important priorities for the governments and citizens of African countries. This year’s report on gender equality reviews the ongoing efforts of African countries to accelerate the pace of assuring women’s empowerment through all spheres of society – in the home and community, in health and educational attainment, in the workplace, and in political participation and leadership. While significant progress has been made across numerous fronts in most countries, gender equality for African women and girls is still far from satisfactory. This report adopts a political economy approach to gender equality and women’s empowerment in Africa.

Arab Human Development Report 2016

“Projection on Human Development Index Growth by Region.” New York. http://
hdr.undp.org/en/content/projectionhuman-development-index-growth-region —
2014a. Human Development Report 2014—Sustaining Human Progress: ...

Author: United Nations Development Programme (United Nations Development Programme (UNDP))

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9213619065

Category: Political Science

Page: 270

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This report addresses the development challenges facing young people in the Arab region. The current young generation is the largest this region has had over the past 50 years, making up 30% of its population. In light of the youth-led movements during and after the 2011 uprisings, the report argues for a renewed policy focus on youth development in the region. It deals with the pillars of human development (income, education and health) with the attainment, achievement and equitable distribution of education, and with the challenges of finding stable and decent jobs. With protracted conflict in several Arab countries, young Arabs have become victims or perpetrators of violence, challenged by difficulties of mobility and migration. AHDR 2016 aims to engage youth in building a better future.

Tanzania Human Development Report 2014

Accessed 24 April 2014 . .2014b . Regional level Fertility Rate : Computed from
2012 National Census for Tanzania Human Development Report 2014 . Dar es
Salaam . 2013b . Human Development Report 2013 : The Rise of the South ...

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Category: Economic development

Page: 106

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Nepal Human Development Report 2014

Nepal's 2014 Human Development Report assesses productive abilities at
different interrelated levels by using the available national data. It indicates the
trends in spatial inequalities and outlines the prospects of unlocking the human ...

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Category: Economic indicators

Page: 126

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Arctic Human Development Report

Report for the Department of Economic Development and Transportation,
Government of Nunavut, Nordicity Group and Uqsiq Communications. http://
assembly.nu.ca/library/GNedocs/2010/000056-e.pdf (30 October 2014). Nordicity
, 2014.

Author: Joan Nymand Larsen

Publisher: Nordic Council of Ministers

ISBN: 9289338830

Category: Arctic peoples

Page: 500

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The goals of the second volume of the AHDR – Arctic Human Development Report: Regional Processes and Global Linkages – are to provide an update to the first AHDR (2004) in terms of an assessment of the state of Arctic human development; to highlight the major trends and changes unfolding related to the various issues and thematic areas of human development in the Arctic over the past decade; and, based on this assessment, to identify policy relevant conclusions and key gaps in knowledge, new and emerging Arctic success stories. The production of AHDR-II on the tenth anniversary of the first AHDR makes it possible to move beyond the baseline assessment to make valuable comparisons and contrasts across a decade of persistent and rapid change in the North. It addresses critical issues and emerging challenges in Arctic living conditions, quality of life in the North, global change impacts and adaptation, and Indigenous livelihoods. The assessment contributes to our understanding of the interplay and consequences of physical and social change processes affecting Arctic residents’ quality of life, at both the regional and global scales. It shows that the Arctic is not a homogenous region. Impacts of globalization and environmental change differ within and between regions, between Indigenous and non-Indigenous northerners, between genders and along other axes.

Nepal Human Development Report 2004

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ISBN: 9789993376361

Category: Community development

Page: 184

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The New Politics of Strategic Resources

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Development Program, Human Development Report, 2014 (New York, 2014). 28.
Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, “CEPALSTAT estadísticas
de ...

Author: David Steven

Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

ISBN: 0815725345

Category: Political Science

Page: 365

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Since 2008, energy and food markets—those most fundamental to human existence—have remained in turmoil. Resource scarcity has had a much bigger global impact in recent years than has been predicted, with ongoing volatility a sign that the world is only part-way through navigating a treacherous transition in the way it uses resources. Scarcity, and perceptions of scarcity, increase political risks, while geopolitical turmoil exacerbates shortages and complicates the search for solutions. The New Politics of Strategic Resources examines the political dimensions of strategic resource challenges at the domestic and international levels. For better or worse, energy and food markets are shaped by perceptions of national interest and do not behave as traditional market goods. So while markets are an essential part of any response to tighter resource supplies, governments also will play a key role. David Steven, Emily O'Brien, Bruce Jones, and their colleagues discuss what those roles are and what they should be. The architecture for coordinating multilateral responses to these dynamics has fallen short, raising questions about the effective international management of these issues. Politics impede here too, as the major powers must negotiate political and security trade-offs to cooperate on the design of more robust international regimes and mechanisms for resource security and the provision of global public goods. This timely volume includes chapters on major powers (United States, India, China) and key suppliers (Russia, Saudi Arabia). The contributors also address thematic topics, such as the interaction between oil and state fragility; the changing political dynamics of climate change; and the politics of resource subsidies.

World Report 2014

Events Of 2013 Human Rights Watch. • Tackling corruption. Each year, senior
government officials or powerful private individuals steal hundreds ofmillions
ofdollars that were intended to benefit the poor through development programs in
 ...

Author: Human Rights Watch

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 144731848X

Category: Human rights

Page: 700

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Human Rights Watch's 'World Report 2014' is their flagship 24th annual review of global trends and news in human rights.

David South Consulting Projects and Impact 1997 to 2014

David South Consulting 1997 to 2014 People are the real wealth of a nation.”
UNDP Human Development Report 1990 “ David South Consulting (
davidsouthconsulting.com) brings together two decades' experience in health
and international ...

Author: David South, Senior Partner

Publisher: DSConsulting

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 77

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David South Consulting is an international development media and consulting service. Designing human development and health. Editor and writer of Southern Innovator. Website: www.davidsouthconsulting.com

1990

United Nations Development Programme ... 4.16 5.86 2002 41 23 3.78 7.76 2017
83 Sri Lanka 23 13 3.72 5.71 2004 31 17 3.93 7.37 2014 High human
development 85 Malaysia 41 26 2.91 5.45 2009 52 34 2.79 7.13 2025 86
Colombia 23 .

Author: United Nations Development Programme

Publisher: Human Development Report

ISBN: 019506481X

Category: Developing countries

Page: 189

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Concerned with people around the world and how development can change and improve their lives, the Human Development Report 1990 addresses the meaning and measurement of human development and summarizes Third World nations' records in development over the past thirty years. Stressing the link between economic and social concerns, this important study offers specific strategies for human development in the 1990s, focusing on the restructuring of budgetary expenditures, and on the need for an international economic and financial environment conducive to human development. The Report also introduces a new method of measuring development--the human development index (HDI)--that supplements the traditional ranking of countries by gross national product per capita, and uses the HDI to classify countries as having low, medium, and high levels of human development. An annex to the Report discusses the effects of urbanization on human development, and the indicators for 1990 present data for 130 countries. Prepared under the overall guidance of Mahbub ul Haq and informed by a panel of consultants including such distinguished economists and development professionals as Gustav Ranis, Amartya K. Sen, Frances Stewart, Meghnad Desai, Paul Streeten, and Keith Griffin, this book is a definitive guide to human development in the 1990s. With its trenchant insights and a wealth of up-to-date information, the Human Development Report 1990 is an essential resource for development specialists, economists, and political scientists.

Growth that Works for All

Viet Nam Human Development Report 2015 on Inclusive Growth. Care” in ...
2014. Growth with structural transformation: A post-2015 development agenda.
Chapter 3: From MDGs to SDGs: Reconnecting Economic and Human
development.

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Category: Public welfare

Page: 210

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State of the Adivasis in Odisha 2014

The Human Development Reports (HDRs) have been the main vehicles for
bringing the human development agenda closer to the people. Proceeding
closely on the framework offered by the HDRs, the Adivasi Human Development
Report for ...

Author: Skillshare International India

Publisher: SAGE Publications India

ISBN: 9351500497

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 124

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The State of the Adivasis in Odisha 2014: A Human Development Analysis endeavours to identify and highlight the development concerns of the tribals of the state, explore their causes and provide an opportunity to the state planners in prioritising the human development issues specific to this community. As one of the most excluded communities of India, Adivasis face many challenges in their daily lives: extreme poverty, social exclusion, poor access to healthcare, education and employment opportunities, displacement from their lands and forests and so on. The key objective of this report is to understand these areas of deprivations. It is imperative for the government to ensure food and nutritional security to Adivasis. Efforts should be made for conservation of forests. The tribes need to be provided with hospitals, schools and basic infrastructural facilities. Equal participation of women in project committees at all levels and in training schemes and commercial ventures should be taken to reduce gender inequality. Based on primary and secondary data analysis, this report studies the poor socio-economic condition of the Adivasis and offers possible solutions for empowering the tribal community as a whole.

Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

15 رو 16 Development Goals Report 2014 , " and the Human Development
Report 2014 ! 4provide ample evidence . It seems appropriate to discuss them in
detail . The Commission on the Status of Women reported at its 58th session in
March ...

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Category: International law

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Social Urbanism and the Politics of Violence

Available at: http://utip. gov.utexas.edu/papers/utip_47.pdf (accessed June 2014).
... at: http://www.undp.org/content/undp/ en/home/librarypage/hdr/human-
development-report-for-latinamerica-2013-2014.html (accessed December 2014)
UN ...

Author: K. Maclean

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137397365

Category: Social Science

Page: 147

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Medellín, Colombia, used to be the most violent city on earth, but in recent years, allegedly thanks to its 'social urbanism' approach to regeneration, it has experienced a sharp decline in violence. The author explores the politics behind this decline and the complex transformations in terms of urban development policies in Medellín.