The Social Progress Index, a world ranking monitoring social and economic progress and the quality of the environment in 128 countries around the world, has put the Czech Republic in 22nd place. The Czech Republic scored well in providing basic human needs and access to basic knowledge. It has most room to improve in the area of Tolerance and Inclusion, where it ranked alongside countries such as Botswana. The results of the index were announced on Thursday by the non-profit, the Social Progress Imperative and the consultancy Deloitte.
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