Social Progress Network Initiatives in the United States include:
- #Social Progress Somerville – launched in January of 2015. Measuring social progress in the city of Somerville, Massachusetts. Led by the City of Somerville through mayor Joseph Curtatone’s office and SomerStat, this initiative aims to develop a set of key social performance indicators to complement the policy agenda faced by one of the country’s most densely populated urban environments, particularly focused on housing, mobility, and inclusive growth.
- #Social Progress Michigan Cities – launched in January of 2015. Led by a multi-sector committee of government, business, and local civil society, this initiative will support the State of Michigan’s Office of Urban and Metropolitan Initiatives to implement and monitor social progress alongside the urban agenda for all of Michigan’s urban centers. The initial pilot will focus on four cities – Detroit, Flint, Kalamazoo, and Pontiac.
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