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What does the Social Progress Index tell us?

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Michael Green's presentation to the 2018 Candriam Investors Seminar.

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What does the Social Progress Index tell us?

  1. 1. What does the Social Progress Index tell us? Candriam Investors Seminar 7 June 2018
  2. 2. “Economic growth alone is not sufficient to advance societies and improve the quality of life of citizens. True success, and growth that is inclusive requires achieving both economic and social progress.” – Social Progress Imperative Advisory Board Chair Michael E. Porter
  3. 3. Social Progress Index
  4. 4. The Social Progress Index design principles
  5. 5. The Social Progress framework answers universally important questions
  6. 6. Realizing the promise of the Sustainable Development Goals The Social Progress Index captures outcomes related to 16 of the 17 SDGs in a simple but rigorous framework designed for aggregation, making it an invaluable proxy measure of SDG performance, particularly for areas where official indicators do not exist
  7. 7. The Social Progress Index is designed to reflect a broad consensus about what a healthy, successful society looks like in the 21st century. The global index includes data from 128 countries on 50 indicators of social and environmental outcomes
  8. 8. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita
  9. 9. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Denmark
  10. 10. Central African Republic Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Denmark
  11. 11. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Denmark Central African Republic United States
  12. 12. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  13. 13. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  14. 14. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Netherlands Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  15. 15. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita NetherlandsUnited Kingdom Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  16. 16. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Netherlands France United Kingdom Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  17. 17. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Netherlands Belgium France United Kingdom Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  18. 18. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Netherlands Belgium France United Kingdom Spain Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  19. 19. United States Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Netherlands Belgium Italy France United Kingdom Spain Denmark Central African Republic Senegal
  20. 20. Brazil Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic Senegal
  21. 21. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic South Africa Senegal
  22. 22. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Russia Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic South Africa Senegal
  23. 23. China Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita Russia Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic South Africa Senegal
  24. 24. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita China Russia Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic South Africa India Senegal
  25. 25. Kuwait Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita China Russia Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic South Africa India Senegal
  26. 26. Kuwait Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita India China Russia Brazil France United Kingdom Netherlands Belgium Spain Italy Denmark United States Central African Republic Senegal South Africa Costa Rica
  27. 27. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita
  28. 28. SCORE RANK 2017Social ProgressIndex 86.43 18/128 GDPPPPpercapita $52,704 5/128 SCORE/ VALUE RANK STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS BasicHumanNeeds 93.42 17 NutritionandBasicMedical Care 98.96 36 Undernourishment (%of pop.; 5 signifies ≤ 5) 5.00 1 Depthoffooddefcit (calories/undernourished person; 8 signifies ≤ 8) 8.00 1 Maternal mortalityrate(deaths/100,000 live births) 13.75 39 Childmortalityrate(deaths/1,000 live births) 6.50 35 Deathsfrominfectiousdiseases (deaths/100,000) 23.33 34 WaterandSanitation 98.77 27 Accesstopipedwater (%of pop.) 98.64 30 Rural accesstoimprovedwater source (%of pop.) 98.16 44 Accesstoimprovedsanitationfacilities (%of pop.) 99.99 10 Shelter 89.18 10 Availabilityofaf ordablehousing(%satisfied) 56.68 30 Accesstoelectricity(%of pop.) 100.00 1 Qualityofelectricitysupply(1=low; 7=high) 6.47 13 Householdair pollutionattributabledeaths (deaths/100,000) 0.00 1 Personal Safety 86.76 21 Homiciderate(deaths/100,000) 3.90 70 Level ofviolent crime(1=low; 5=high) 1.00 1 Perceivedcriminality(1=low; 5=high) 2.00 1 Political terror (1=low; 5=high) 2.00 34 Traf cdeaths(deaths/100,000) 10.60 40 SCORE/ VALUE RANK STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS Foundationsof Wellbeing 84.19 29 AccesstoBasicKnowledge 97.95 30 Adult literacyrate(%of pop. aged 15+) Primaryschool enrollment (%of children) 98.04 53 Secondaryschool enrollment (%of children) 97.56 50 Gender parityinsecondaryenrollment (distance from parity) 0.02 32 AccesstoInformation andCommunications 84.63 27 Mobiletelephonesubscriptions (subscriptions/100 people) 100.00 1 Internet users(%of pop.) 74.45 27 PressFreedomIndex (0=most free; 100=least free) 22.49 32 HealthandWellness 75.88 34 Lifeexpectancyat 60 (years) 23.61 27 Prematuredeathsfromnon-communicable diseases(deaths/100,000) 299.40 42 Suiciderate(deaths/100,000) 12.41 82 Environmental Quality 78.31 33 Outdoor air pollutionattributabledeaths (deaths/100,000) 18.48 13 Wastewater treatment (%of wastewater) 50.44 36 Biodiversityandhabitat (0=no protection; 100=high protection) 79.35 73 Greenhousegasemissions (CO2 equivalents per GDP) 392.70 60 SCORE/ VALUE RANK STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS Opportunity 81.68 13 Personal Rights 88.98 19 Political rights(0=no rights; 40=full rights) 36.00 32 Freedomofexpression (0=no freedom; 16=full freedom) 16.00 1 Freedomofassembly (0=no freedom; 1=full freedom) 0.86 14 Privatepropertyrights(0=none; 100=full) 80.00 17 Personal FreedomandChoice 79.88 19 Freedomover lifechoices(%satisfied) 75.48 65 Freedomofreligion(1=low; 4=high) 3.00 54 Earlymarriage(%of women aged 15-19) 3.00 32 Satisfeddemandfor contraception (%of women) 85.10 13 Corruption(0=high; 100=low) 74.00 15 ToleranceandInclusion 68.30 23 Tolerancefor immigrants(0=low; 100=high) 78.78 16 Tolerancefor homosexuals(0=low; 100=high) 71.34 19 Discriminationandviolenceagainst minorities(0=low; 10=high) 5.10 39 Religioustolerance(1=low; 4=high) 2.00 92 Communitysafetynet (0=low; 100=high) 89.58 31 AccesstoAdvancedEducation 89.55 1 Yearsoftertiaryschooling 1.86 3 Women’saverageyearsinschool 15.06 7 Inequalityintheattainment ofeducation (0=low; 1=high) 0.05 28 Number ofgloballyrankeduniversities (0=none; 10=most highly rank ed) 10.00 1 Percentoftertiarystudentsenrolledinglobally rankeduniversities (0=none; 6=highest enrollment) 4.00 15 UNITED STATES STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS Oveperforming and underperforming are relative to 15 countries of similar GDPper capita: Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Australia, Canada, Belgium, Iceland, Norway, Finland, United Kingdom Overperforming by 1or more pts. Overperforming by less than 1pt. Performing within the expected range Underperforming by less than 1pt. Underperforming by 1or more pts. No data available Strengthsandweaknesses
  29. 29. Global change in Social Progress 2014-2017 Since 2014, the world aggregate score on the Social Progress Index has improved by 1.66 points 2017: 64.852014: 63.19
  30. 30. Global Social Progress is Uneven
  31. 31. SCORE/ VALUE 2017Social ProgressIndex 64.85 SCORE/ VALUE STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS BasicHumanNeeds 73.80 NutritionandBasicMedical Care 89.62 Undernourishment (%of pop.; 5 signifies ≤ 5) 11.27 Depthoffooddefcit (calories/undernourished person; 8 signifies ≤ 8) 74.96 Maternal mortalityrate(deaths/100,000 live births) 141.68 Childmortalityrate(deaths/1,000 live births) 31.82 Deathsfrominfectiousdiseases (deaths/100,000) 139.55 WaterandSanitation 71.26 Accesstopipedwater (%of pop.) 56.67 Rural accesstoimprovedwater source (%of pop.) 86.49 Accesstoimprovedsanitationfacilities (%of pop.) 66.99 Shelter 69.72 Availabilityofaf ordablehousing(%satisfied) 0.55 Accesstoelectricity(%of pop.) 84.03 Qualityofelectricitysupply(1=low; 7=high) 4.46 Householdair pollutionattributabledeaths (deaths/100,000) 64.59 Personal Safety 64.61 Homiciderate(deaths/100,000) 5.02 Level ofviolent crime(1=low; 5=high) 2.77 Perceivedcriminality(1=low; 5=high) 3.57 Political terror (1=low; 5=high) 3.43 Traf cdeaths(deaths/100,000) 17.37 SCORE/ VALUE STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS Foundationsof Wellbeing 68.89 AccesstoBasicKnowledge 87.63 Adult literacyrate(%of pop. aged 15+) 84.56 Primaryschool enrollment (%of children) 93.72 Secondaryschool enrollment (%of children) 80.99 Gender parityinsecondaryenrollment (distance from parity) 0.06 AccesstoInformation andCommunications 62.51 Mobiletelephonesubscriptions (subscriptions/100 people) 87.55 Internet users(%of pop.) 43.47 PressFreedomIndex (0=most free; 100=least free) 47.37 HealthandWellness 64.75 Lifeexpectancyat 60 (years) 19.45 Prematuredeathsfromnon-communicable diseases(deaths/100,000) 440.11 Suiciderate(deaths/100,000) 11.48 Environmental Quality 60.67 Outdoor air pollutionattributabledeaths (deaths/100,000) 78.93 Wastewater treatment (%of wastewater) 21.87 Biodiversityandhabitat (0=no protection; 100=high protection) 75.16 Greenhousegasemissions (CO2 equivalents per GDP) 539.22 SCORE/ VALUE STRENGTH/ WEAKNESS Opportunity 51.85 Personal Rights 51.25 Political rights(0=no rights; 40=full rights) 20.95 Freedomofexpression (0=no freedom; 16=full freedom) 9.27 Freedomofassembly (0=no freedom; 1=full freedom) 0.53 Privatepropertyrights(0=none; 100=full) 39.47 Personal FreedomandChoice 63.11 Freedomover lifechoices(%satisfied) 0.75 Freedomofreligion(1=low; 4=high) 2.29 Earlymarriage(%of women aged 15-19) 0.14 Satisfeddemandfor contraception (%of women) 73.65 Corruption(0=high; 100=low) 40.63 ToleranceandInclusion 43.00 Tolerancefor immigrants(0=low; 100=high) 0.51 Tolerancefor homosexuals(0=low; 100=high) 0.26 Discriminationandviolenceagainst minorities(0=low; 10=high) 7.54 Religioustolerance(1=low; 4=high) 2.36 Communitysafetynet (0=low; 100=high) 0.76 AccesstoAdvancedEducation 50.04 Yearsoftertiaryschooling 0.48 Women’saverageyearsinschool 9.12 Inequalityintheattainment ofeducation (0=low; 1=high) 0.25 Number ofgloballyrankeduniversities (0=none; 10=most highly rank ed) 8.00 Percentoftertiarystudentsenrolledinglobally rankeduniversities (0=none; 6=highest enrollment) 3.00 THEWORLD Overperforming by 1or more pts. Overperforming by less than 1pt. Performing within the expected range Underperforming by less than 1pt. Underperforming by 1or more pts. No data available Strengthsand weaknesses Oveperforming and underperforming are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP per capita: Lebanon, Montenegro, Botswana, Thailand, Brazil, Algeria, Serbia, Colombia, South Africa, China, Dominican Republic, Bulgaria, Mexico, Iran, Macedonia
  32. 32. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita World
  33. 33. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita World SDGs 2030 target
  34. 34. According to a 2015 Deloitte report, the world will come nowhere near achieving the SDGs through economic growth alone
  35. 35. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita World SDGs 2030 target
  36. 36. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita World SDGs 2030 target Costa Rica
  37. 37. Social Progress Index vs. GDP per capita World SDGs 2030 target Costa Rica World in 2030?
  38. 38. Thank you Michael Green CEO, Social Progress Imperative @shepleygreen @socprogress www.socialprogressindex.com

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