From Vural Çakır on “Breaking The Gridlock”

According to the 2023-2024 Global Human Development Report published by UNDP under the title “Breaking The Gridlock,” Turkiye has risen three places in the Human Development Index, now ranking 45th. However, the report also reveals that Turkiye has fallen 18 places in its ranking on gender equality.

The report emphasizes the need to strengthen human agency, reduce political polarization, and develop aid mechanisms for low-income countries. It also calls on global leaders and civil society organizations to focus on the importance of human development.

INGEV President Vural Çakır has written about this report in a post with the same title as part of his long-running “Matters” series on his Linkedin account.

“Breaking The Gridlock”

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has published the 2023-2024 Global Human Development Report under the title “Breaking The Gridlock.” I also made a small contribution to the preparation of this report, which is very suitable to UNDP’s gracious position and language. If it were up to me, I might have called it ‘breaking the locks.’ Human Development Reports – not merely development – have actually facilitated a fundamental change in the global view of development issues. Thus, they hold historical importance.

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