First draft of the IPSP report now open to comments

On September 1st the International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) launched a commenting platform for the first draft of its report.

The International Panel on Social Progress brings together social scientists from all over the world in order to analyze and spur debate about social change and alternative models for society. By promoting cooperation across disciplines, the Panel aims to answer how we can create a just society.

The IPSP have now opened a commenting platform for the first draft of their report where anyone interested in the topic can register and leave comments.

At the same time the IPSP have launched several surveys in order to elicit people's opinions about key societal issues and forums where people can exchange ideas and in this way provide the Panel with additional ideas. 


Centre for the Study of Equality, Social Organization, and Performance (ESOP) has taken on the responsibility as national contact point for IPSP. ESOP leader Kalle Moene is co-author of Chapter 8: Social Justice, Well-Being and Economic Organization. The chapter assesses which aspects that can be changed in order to increase social justice and well-being, and the prospects for achieving such outcomes based on economic, social and political feasibility. Finally, it presents alternative visions for promoting progress.

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Published Sep. 1, 2016 2:29 PM - Last modified Oct. 31, 2019 5:18 PM