Unplugged: Faces of social exclusion in Croatia, 2006
The 2006 UNDP Human Development Report for Croatia: Unplugged: Faces of Social Exclusion in Croatia offers the first ever comprehensive analysis of social exclusion issues in Croatia and examines the ways in which individuals and groups of people may find themselves socially marginalized due to limited access to social services, employment, education, housing, and human rights.
- According to the research, one in ten inhabitants was found to be socially excluded (11.5%)
- In terms of self-perception, 02% of citizens believe they are socially excluded
- Less than 5% of Croatia's population lives below the absolute poverty line of 4.30 USD per person per day