WHO are the partners


The Global Project on "Measuring the Progress of Societies"- hosted by the OECD and run in collaboration with other international and regional partners - it seeks to become the world wide reference point for those who wish to measure, and assess the progress of their societies.


The Global Project is quite ambitious, but it still in its early stages and much has yet to to be decided. It has already received firm offers of support from international organizations, development banks, academic experts, NGOs and governments to help take the work forward. The project has has offical PartnersAssociates and Other Organisations interested in his working as listed below. The Global Project is now working closely with the following organizations to plan a work programme, an overall timetable and specific outputs.




Major International/supranational Organisations which play a key role in the overall Project, investing substantial resources – financial or in-kind – over several years, assuming responsibility for the management of the Project or for specific tasks.


The World Bank (WB), The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), African Development Bank (AfDB), United Nations Economic Commission for West Asia (ESCWA), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (ESCAP), International Association of Auditor Generals (INTOSAI), European Commission (EC), Council of Europe (CoE),





 Inter-American Development Bank

 African Development Bank







 European Commission

 Council of Europe




Public and private national and international organisations which are interested in contributing to specific activities of the Project and implementing the actions envisaged by the Istanbul declaration, etc.


International Institute for Information Design (IIID), Istituto di Studi e Analisi Economica (ISAE), International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS), Arab Institute for Training & Research in Statistics (AITRS), Boston Foundation (USA), North-Eastern University (USA).





















 Boston Foundation

Northeastern University


Other Organisations interested in working with the Global Project :


Korean National Statistical Office (KNSO), Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC), PARIS21, The Lisbon Council, Andean Democratic Audit, Province of Trento (ITA), Kessler Foundation (ITA), Unicredit Bank (ITA), Institute for Economic Studies and Analyses (ITA), Institute for Tropical Scientific Research (POR), International Institute for Sustainable Development (CAN), STATEC (LUX) , Swivel.com (USA), Metaweb.com (USA), Michigan University (USA), Applied Survey Research (USA), Community Indicators Consortium (USA), Young Foundation (UK), RMIT University (AUS), Hewlett Foundation (USA), Ministry for Economic Development (ITA), Statistics Sweden (SWE), Community indicators Consortium (USA), University of Siena (ITA), Australian Bureau of Statistics (AUS), National Statistical Office (HUN), Hans Boeckler Foundation (GER). 



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