Gains In Development Indicators Improved Significantly Since 1990 But Progress Uneven, U.N. Report Shows

U.N. News Centre: Despite progress, world’s most marginalized still left behind — U.N. development report
“A flagship United Nations report launched [Tuesday] finds that although the average human development improved significantly since 1990, progress is uneven, with systemic discrimination against women, indigenous peoples, and ethnic minorities. The latest Human Development Report, released annually by the U.N. Development Programme (UNDP), found that while many people have greater access to education, health, and sanitation, for example, more focus needs to be paid to who has been excluded and why…” (3/21).

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