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Wednesday, 6 April 2022

Session recording is available on YouTube

English:  [to come]


Carolina Santos, National Institute of Statistics, INE Portugal,

Claudia Wells, Development Initiatives, Director of Data Use, UK​


  1. Part: Data disaggregation to Leave No One Behind

Carol Rask, Danish Institute for Human Rights

Filipa Alves da Costa, WHO-HIPP (WHO, European Office for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases)The contribution of the Health in Prisons Programme (WHO-HIPP) to fill the information void about people deprived of liberty

Sven Schade, EU Joint Research Center

Mehmet Parlak, Ministry of Interior of TurkeyEvidence-based data for migration policies and strategies (oral intervention)

Savia Hasanova, Data Journalist Kyrgyzstan

Femicide data in Kyrgyzstan – how data can make a change 
2. Part: Communication and partnerships for promoting and achieving SDGs

Greg Ceely, Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom 

Health index for England – a tool for summarising the health outcomes and determinants

Giovanni CASALE, European Trade Union Confederation

Sustainable Growth and Decent Work Index – implementation of SDG 8 in Europe

Catherine Michaud, Statistics Canada 

Adding value to information Statistics Canada’s initiatives to transform data into relevant stories for data users and policy-makers

Nir Stav, Israel Meteorological Service

Data Exchange Policy enabling regional partnerships in Early Warning Systems & DRR
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