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.
We are excited to announce for release the Social Progress Index: California Counties, the first-of-its-kind, county-by-county assessment of social progress within a US state. Why California? In April 2018, we published the Social Progress Index for the US 50 states. California ranked only 33rd – a remarkably poor result for the nation’s largest (and world’s … Continue reading Announcing the Social Progress Index: California Counties
On October 3, 2018, the Council of the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham launched the Borough Data Explorer, a new online platform hosting the Borough's new Social Progress Index, along with other data relevant to the Borough manifesto. The Barking & Dagenham index is the first of its kind: an application of the SPI … Continue reading Social Progress Index for Barking & Dagenham Launches
On September 20, we released the 2018 Social Progress Index documenting a world that is improving but with widespread deterioration in rights and inclusion. This year’s index, which expands coverage to 146 countries across five years of data, is already generating important discussions about the direction our world is heading. In the Boston Globe, Professor … Continue reading Insights from the 2018 index spark discussion
Overall, World improves across aggregate of 51 indicators of social progress but widespread deterioration in Rights and Inclusion measures
We are just wrapping up a municipal-level study of one of Mexico’s most industrialized states in collaboration with the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla and other partners. It is our first in Mexico, and an exciting addition to our broad list of index applications across Latin America. Coming out strong on the … Continue reading Puebla becomes the first Mexican state with a social progress index
Our ever-expanding social progress network has hit another major milestone with the release of the first, global Youth Progress Index. It is one of the most innovative tools for measuring the quality of life of young people because it reflects the things most important to their safety, health and freedom, and like all our indexes, it remains … Continue reading Youth Progress Index: New insight on the largest, most at-risk generation ever