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Over the last 12 months, @isabellasaund and I have had the privilege of working with @socprogress to develop Australia's first Social Progress Index.… @CSIsocialimpact
@isabellasaund @socprogress @CSIsocialimpact Why measure #socialprogress? We live in a country that prioritises economic growth and #GDP over pretty much everything else. The logic goes that if economic progress increases, so should social progress.
@isabellasaund @socprogress @CSIsocialimpact But we know that's not the case - we know that the mining boom, while contributing to 28 years of unprecedented economic growth, has also had ongoing impacts on communities and the environment where mining companies have now left.
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BREAKING: Nigeria ranks 121st among 146 countries with an overall score of 49.20% in the 2019 Social Progress Index report.

Nigeria has dropped 7 places from 114th (and 49.27%) in 2018 to its current position in 2019.

Cc @socprogress
(Social Progress Index, 2019)
The Social Progress Index #SPI is used to measure how socially developed countries are on three dimensions of social progress namely:

1. Basic Human Needs
2. Foundations of Wellbeing, and
3. Opportunity.
Nigeria - Social Progress Index: %

2014 - 46.88
2015 - 47.14
2016 - 48.12
2017 - 49.07
2018 - 49.27
2019 - 49.20

Nigeria SPI dropped from 114th to 121st

Basic Human Needs: 50.32% to 50.17%

Foundations of Wellbeing: 55.72% to 57.31%

Opportunity: 41.77% to 40.12%
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