UNDP releases Human Development Report 2016

The United Nations Development Programme has released the Human Development Report of 2016 titled ‘Human Development for Everyone,’ which addresses global human developmental challenges. The report’s five basic messages include: Universalism as a key to human development, various groups still suffer from basic deprivation, need to focus on analytical issues and assessment perspectives, need to implement policy options to achieve human development and need for reformed global governance with fairer multilateralism. Five countries with the highest level of human development, gender development and lowest amount of gender inequality are: Norway, Australia, Switzerland, Germany and Denmark.