The idea of the Good Country Index is simple: to measure what each country on earth contributes to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away, relative to its size.
The Good Country
What’s gone wrong
with the world?
Things seem to be getting worse all the time: climate change, terrorism, pandemics, migration, economic chaos… the list goes on. All these problems have grown too big and too complex for any individual nation to solve. But instead of collaborating, nations spend all their energy and resources competing against each other. This has to change if we want to make the world work. This is why the Good Country exists.
The Good Leader Index is my review of the world’s leaders, a month-by month assessment of how much good or harm they are doing to the rest of the world, outside their own national borders.
Introducing Good CountryPlay
Shame I don't have separate data for Wales so I can't rank it - and Scotland and NI - separately from the UK as a w… https://t.co/WGsTnB13XZ3 days ago
RT @sudarshanr108: @SimonAnholt @rammadhavbjp It is always a pleasure to hear your succinct views Simon. Thank you for sparing your invalua…1 week ago
This was an unusually productive discussion! Very much agree with @rammadhavbjp on the shortcomings of the soft/har… https://t.co/YKFc5JKfJD1 week ago
RT @JamesMelville: I’d rather have a burgundy coloured EU passport than a blue coloured UK-only passport. I’d rather be an internationalist…1 week ago
First day recording the Audiobook edition of my new book, The Good Country Equation. Download your free sample chap… https://t.co/F0C3AbrLhB1 week ago
RT @natalieben: Looking forward to taking part. Will be referring to @SimonAnholt's #goodcountry index. How we deal with #Brexit doesn't…2 weeks ago
RT @ToreNewYork: “Though Beijing doubtless bears blame for its suppression of early reports of the coronavirus, America and the world would…3 weeks ago