The 2020 Social Progress Index is Coming!

Join the live launch of the 2020 Social Progress Index on Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET.

The 2020 Social Progress Index will provide a comprehensive picture of the lived experience of more than 7 billion people across 163 countries over the past 10 years. More than 80,000 data points have been collected and extensively vetted from the past 10 years to support the 2020 index – the most comprehensive assessment of quality of life yet.

Be the first to see which countries are best at converting their resources into social outcomes and which are struggling to build more inclusive and thriving societies. And, learn how Covid-19 has impacted social progress and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The live event will feature thought leaders from around the world discussing current challenges in advancing social progress, they include:

  • Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Prime Minister of Iceland
  • Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations 
  • Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica
  • Michael Green, CEO of the Social Social Progress Imperative

In these uncertain times the 2020 Social Progress Index serves as a stark reminder that traditional economic measures may not directly translate into thriving societies. Now is the time to learn how to build back better, together. Join us on Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET for this special Facebook livestream event

Help us continue to provide rigorous and actionable data on social progress outcomes for leaders and decision makers around the world. Please consider donating today. Follow us on FacebookTwitter, and LinkedIn to stay up to date on the release of the 2020 Social Progress Index.

Sign up for the livestream here.

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