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What it's like to live in a well-governed country
by Lindsey Galloway
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8 January 2018
On 8 January 2018 BBC News reported:
From Canada to Botswana, these six nations consistently rank highest for their progressive social policies, trust in government, and effective justice system. What makes a country well-run? Whether minimizing corruption or spearheading educational and medical initiatives, governments around the world use different policies to facilitate a high-functioning society. To quantify the effectiveness of these policies, indexes like the World Justice Project's Rule of Law Index, the World Bank's Governance Index, and the Social Progress Index survey residents, compile publicly available statistics and rank countries based on their performance across different categories. While each index varies in their precise ranking, certain patterns emerge across all three . . .
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of government, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Still, policies are only as good as the people they affect, so we [the BBC] talked to residents living in some of these countries to find out which factors most influence their daily lives.
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