Human Development Report
UNDP launches 2021/22 Human Development Report in Korea, emphasizing opportunities in times of uncertainty
The COVID-19 pandemic – compounded by inequalities, climate shocks, rapid technological innovation and social mistrust – has created a perfect storm to wipe out human progress. Is there a way forward to break humanity's current paralysis? UNDP’s 2021/22 Human Development Report provides insights to tackle this question. The latest Human Development Report, “Uncertain Times, Unsettled Lives: Shaping our Future in a Transforming World”, was launched at Seoul President Hotel on 29 September by UNDP Seoul Policy Centre in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, Korea University, and UNDP’s Human Development Report Office following the global release of the Report on 8 September this year.
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The UNDP Seoul Policy Centre is part of the United Nations’ global development and policy network. The Policy Centre is central to supporting effective development cooperation, South-South and Triangular Cooperation and higher quality programming and action through cutting edge development research, policy dialogue and knowledge sharing on key development issues.