Thursday, February 23, 2017

2016 EU Social Justice Index

The 2016 EU Social Justice Index was published and Czechland did quite well.  The index uses 36 indicators to compare the 28 EU countries across six dimensions.  The dimensions are poverty prevention, equitable education, labour market access, social cohesion and non-discrimination, health, and intergenerational justice.

Scandinavia did very well with Sweden, Finland, and Denmark taking the top three spots.  Czech Republic came in a very respectable fourth place.

It doesn't mean that everything here is perfect and those everything is terrible in the countries at the bottom of the list.  But it is nice to see Czechland near the top of the class.

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