National Human Development Report is a flagship publication of the UN Development Programme prepared by an independent team of authors. The first report was published in 1992, and since then, national teams of authors with UNDP’s support prepare national HDRs. Currently there are over about 700 reports published worldwide. They analyze national policies in terms of human development through research and consultations led at the local level. The national human development reports highlight many of the key development challenges starting from climate change and unemployment among young people to gender and ethnic inequalities.