The index demonstrates the level of universal input of the country. It is released annually and is based on the statistics provided by reliable international authorities. The countries are ranked considering: scientific and technological development, culture, national and international security, peace coordination, climate, equality and prosperity, health and well-being.
Czechia’s scientific (3rd among all countries) and cultural progress (8th a.a.c.) were highly ranked by the commission. Whereas the level of prosperity and equality appeared to be quite low (152-nd a.a.c.).
This years’ leader is Sweden that showed high results in such categories as prosperity and well-being of the nation, healthcare, equality rates and cultural development.
The top 10 of the list are:
4. Great Britain