Earlier this month México ¿cómo vamos? and INCAE Business School, in conjunction with the Social Progress Imperative, released the first-ever Social Progress Index for the States of Mexico: Índice de Progreso Social México (IPS México). As member of the G20 and with the 10th largest population in the world, Mexico is a country with huge … Continue reading IPS México: Social Progress Index for the States of Mexico
Since 2014 the Social Progress Imperative has sought to measure the lived experience of people across the world at the global, subnational, and local levels. In early October of this year, we released our first subnational Social Progress Index (SPI) for the provinces of South Africa in conjunction with our partners at IQ Business. Scorecard … Continue reading SPI: Provinces of South Africa
We have officially launched the Social Progress Index for San Jose, California. Developed in close partnership with the City of San Jose Mayor's Office of Strategic Initiatives and Budget, Skoll Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Wipfli and Microsoft, the Social Progress Index for San Jose is the first US city-level index to be developed and … Continue reading Social Progress Index: San Jose
The Social Progress Index (SPI) is a unique measure that allows users to gain a better understanding of how their country or region is doing on social progress. The index relies on publicly available, high-quality data that is accurate, measured consistently across most countries, and updated frequently. Each year, we conduct a rigorous review of … Continue reading Toward Better Data for the Social Progress Index
Thanks to our amazing team and partners who have worked tirelessly to provide new insights and support informed policymaking in an effort to further social progress around the world, 2019 has been one of our best years yet. The 2019 Social Progress Index provided comprehensive data for 149 countries all over the world. It shows … Continue reading Social Progress at a Glance: 2019 in Review
We have just released the 2019 Social Progress Index results, which provide comprehensive new insights into what life is really like for more than 7 billion people across 149 countries around the world.
Start-up Investment (in billions of USD) in the major hubs in the world. Data from CB Insights. This week, in our latest series of blog posts on the data from the Social Progress Index (SPI) for California (CA) Counties, we are honing in on the Bay Area and the particular areas of social progress on … Continue reading Where Wealth May Not Matter: Inclusion in the Bay Area