AHDRArab Human Development Report (United Nations Development Programme)
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All the above-cited critics of the AHDR share this concern.
In a crucial second chapter, the AHDR 2002 identifies three deficits affecting the Arab world: a deficit of freedom, a deficit in women's empowerment and a deficit in knowledge.
This place is the baby of the AHDR, they have managed to develop it as a meeting space they can use so both communities can come together for activities dealing with education," said Marina Neophytou, manager of the H4C.
The inclusion of Iraq and Palestine in the initial AHDR by its Arab authors refrained the concept of human development to incorporate Arab cultural and historical terms of reference that transcended liberal parameters.
H4C houses AHDR, and other non-governmental organisations like the Centre for Sustainable Peace and Democratic Development (SEED), Peace Players, and the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).
The AHDR figures were seized upon by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman to illustrate the isolation of the Arabs in an increasingly globalized world.
The Europa Nostra award does not only reward a team effort but also a collective vision of a shared future for Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots based on the values of cooperation, solidarity and mutual trust and respect," said Kyriakos Pachoulides, AHDR head.
The two words are not entirely synonymous, as the first refers variously to the absence of foreign domination or--in the sense used in the AHDR (and here)--to the existence of individual liberties.
Created in 2003, AHDR is an organisation that focuses on bringing new perspectives to history and history education.
AHDR have prepared the materials in English, Greek and Turkish, and are aiming them at youth, educators and parents, and encourage them to visit restored historical and cultural sites on both sides of the walled city, such as Arabahmet Neighbourhood, the Chrysaliniotissa neighbourhood, Kyrenia , Famagusta and Paphos Gate.
The two authors of the AHDR responded to these reactions by pointing out that the formula for human development is universal, and not exclusively Western.