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Information Notice 1

 

Information Notice 2

 

Timetable

 

Meeting report (draft)

 

Evaluation report (draft)

Keynote and other presentations

Organizers:


Welcome and Opening.

Taeke Gjaltema (UNECE)

Dominik Rozkrut: President of Statistics Poland

Gabrielle Beaudoin (Statistics Canada): Chair of the Workshop




Presentation


KEYNOTE SPEECH: Innovative approach to communication. Adam Ryszewski (White Fox Company, Poland)
Presentation

Session 1: Internal Communication and Positioning of the Communication Department

Session Organizer: Lukasz Augustyniak (Eurostat)

1

Internal communication and positioning of the communication department. Suad Mubarak Al Absusalam and Suah Al Ruqaishi (GCCStat, Oman)

WP 1.1 abs.

Presentation

2

Generating engagement by encouraging internal communications. Rodrigo Nuñez (INEGI, Mexico)

WP 1.2 paper 

Presentation

3Development of a Statistical CRM. Jose Jabier Zurikarai (EUSTAT, Spain)WP 1.3 paper

Presentation

4Strategic Communication Framework Phase 2. Connie Graziadei (UNECE)WP 1.4 abs.

Presentation

5Combining internal and external communications. Lukasz Augustyniak (Eurostat)WP 1.5 abs.

Presentation

Session 2: Issue management and Participatory Activity

Session Organizer: Michael Levi (Bureau of Labor Statistics, USA)

Participatory exercise

1New Dwelling Completions - Communication Strategy. Aeidín Sheppard (Central Statistical Office, Ireland)WP 2.1 abs.

Presentation

2Learning from the 2016 Australian Census and ensuring effective issues management during ABS' most challenging sensitive and divisive data collection. Nick Stathis and Samantha Palmer (Australian Bureau of Statistics)WP 2.2 paper 

Presentation

3

Communication in times of Crisis Management. Eran Ropalidis (Israel CBS)

WP 2.3 abs.Presentation




Session 3: Branding

Session Organizer: Kerstin Hänsel (Destatis, Germany)

2Eurostat’s branding study: main conclusions and way forward. Sybille Luhmann and Tim Allen (Eurostat)WP 3.1 abs.

Presentation

3

The Way Forward: Re-establishing a Public Relationship. Michael Jacino and Christine Léger (Statistics Canada)

WP 3.2 abs.

Presentation with video

4Rebranding of public statistics - Statistics Poland case. Karolina Dawidziuk (Statistics Poland)WP 3.3 abs.

Presentation with video

5

Developing, delivering, and evaluating key messages: A case study from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Michael Levi and Megan Kindelan (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

WP 3.4 paper

Presentation





Session 4: Tailored Communication Strategies and Frameworks

Session Organizers: Ellen Dougherty (Department of Agriculture, USA) and Terri Mitton (OECD)

1Strategic Communication Framework. Elaine O'Mahoney (Central Statisitcal Office, Ireland)
WP 4.1 abs. | framework

Presentation

2Disseminating Statistical Data by Short Quantified Sentences of Natural Language. Miroslav Hudec (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia)
WP 4.2 paper

Presentation

3Localized Dissemination System. Serhat Atakul (Turkish Statistical Institute)WP 4.3 abs.

Presentation

4Censuses communication campaign. Communicate the new permanent population census. The Istat experience. Micaela Paciello (Istat, Italy)WP 4.4 paper

Presentation

5Digging deeper into web analytics. Getting google to work for statistics offices. Mikel Bilbao (EUSTAT, Spain)WP 4.5 paper

Live demonstration

6Guide to Talking About NASS. Sue King (US Department of Agriculture)WP 4.6 paper

Presentation





Session 5: Tailoring Communication to a Specific Audience

Session Organizers: Aeidin Sheppard (CSO, Ireland) and Elaine O'Mahoney (CSO, Ireland)

1Statistical literacy as a tool to attract audience starting from school: different audiences and different messages. Patrizia Collesi and Roberta Roncati (Istat, Italy)
WP 5.1 paper

Presentation

2How to make statistics more appealing to entrepreneurs? – The Banco de Portugal communication experience. Luís Campos and Lígia Nunes (Central Bank Portugal)
WP 5.2 abs.

Presentation

3Data journalists: what do they expect from statistical offices. Baiba Grandovska (Eurostat)WP 5.3 abs.

Presentation

4Statistical literacy for beginners: Tailoring statistical information to children. Wendy Schelfaut (StatBel, Belgium)WP 5.4 paper

Presentation


Link to Workshop's page on the UNECE website

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