Rethinking Human Development: A joint project by the ISC and UNDP


November 10, 2020    
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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The Human Development Report (HDR) has turned 30. Since the release of the first HDR in 1990, the authors of the reports and a broad range of intellectuals and agencies have worked hard to put people at the centre of economic development and to argue that ‘people are the true wealth of nations.’

Since its introduction, the Human Development Report  has been influential in broadening the scope of the concept of development by pointing decision makers to the multi-dimensional nature of development.

Fundamental shifts are now taking place in how we understand ourselves and our connections to local and global societies in the light of new technologies, socio-political realities and deep environmental changes.

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