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Human Development Report 2015

Work is intrinsic to human development. From a human development perspective, the notion of work is broader and deeper than that of jobs or employment alone. The jobs framework fails to capture many kinds of work that are important to human development—such as unpaid care work, voluntary work and creative work. Through this lens the report identifies ways to strengthen the link between work and human development

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  1. Welcome to the Global Launch of the Human Development Report 2015. Here's the report site:
  2. Watch this introductory video to learn more about this year's report:
  3. Introduction by Selim Jahan, lead author of the 2015 Human Development Report
  4. UNDP Administrator Helen Clark launched the report along with the Prime Minister of Ethiopia and Human Development Report lead author Selim Jahan, Carlos Lopes of ECA and Jean Mfasoni of AUC . Read Helen Clark's speech below:
  5. The Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Dessalegn spoke of how work contributes to human progress but stressed that more people need sustainable work opportunities that enrich their lives and those of their families..
  6. Human Development Report 2015: H.E PM Hailemariam Dessalegn and UNDP Administrator Helen Clark
    Human Development Report 2015: H.E PM Hailemariam Dessalegn and UNDP Administrator Helen Clark
  7. Report lead author and director of the Human Development Report Office Selim Jahan expanded on the report's key themes:
  8. While Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa followed Selim Jahan, calling the Human Development Report 2015 "A bold report, and Africa loves bold".
  9. Watch a video of the Global Launch event below:
  10. UNDP Launches the 2015 Human Development Report
  11. Following the Global Launch there was some media time - we'll add some of the articles on the report below:
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