Social Responsibility

Launch of the Human Development Report for Greater Manchester

Thu, 25 May 2017 15:30:00 BST

Human Development Report for Greater Manchester: Human development across the life course

4-5.30pm 14 June followed by drinks reception

Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Building, Elliot House, 151 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3WD

‘Human Development is about putting people at the centre’ Winnie Byanyima, Oxfam

The United Nation’s annual global Human Development Report compares progress in human development across all countries in health, education and income. This human development report for Greater Manchester, prepared by the University of Manchester, mirrors the UN’s approach and provides new and innovative indices for comparing human development in Greater Manchester and its constituent local authorities compared to a national benchmark. It considers the challenges of human development not only for Greater Manchester‘s overall population but also at six key life stages, from early years through to retirement and old age.

The report is very timely. Just as Greater Manchester moves into a new stage of devolution with the appointment of its first mayor, the report findings will contribute to current debates on how Greater Manchester can develop a new, more inclusive and people-centred approach to policy-making to address the very high degree of depriva on in the area.

Chair: James Thompson, Associate Vice President for Social Responsibility

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Khalid Malik, former director UNDP’s Human Development Report Office
  • Jill Rubery, Alliance Manchester Business School
  • Ruth Lupton, Inclusive Growth Analysis Unit
  • Jean Stretton, Leader of Oldham Council
  • Graham Whitham, Oxfam GB

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