Equality difference between Turkey’s Gross National Income (GNI)

Equality has been questioned in Turkey by European Union as
they seek to join the block for their political benefits. The most popular
demand and promises of modern policy in many countries is social policy that
address inequalities among the Citizens, following the footsteps of some policy
analyst status has been discussed in its potential to act against social indifferences
especially through changes in social policies. Inequality has being a great
challenge for Turkey in joining Europe since 1990’s and human development,
different indicators of inequality are, once again, becoming part of global and
social policy debates as roots of social problems in the society. The human
development paradigm symbolized an important development in this direction. Demonstrated
that the more societies, the better they perform in various domains such as
mental health, physical health, educational performance, social mobility,
sustainability and crime rates.

 Inequalities in
Turkey in key policy domains including income distribution and poverty,
employment, health care and education (including early childhood education and
care) with a special focus on regional manifestations of inequalities.

In terms of gross domestic product (GDP), Turkey ranked 18 among other
countries in 2014. Turkey ranks 72 in Human Development Index. Human
Development Report in 2015 announces that the difference between Turkey’s Gross
National Income (GNI) per capita ranking and Human Development Index (HDI)
ranking is -12, which underlines the fact that Turkey is better ranked by GNI
per capita than by the HDI. In other words, while,