Very well received 2016 Statistical Data Collection Workshop
It was held from 3 to 5 October in the Hague and consisted of 30 presentations in 5 sessions. Statistics Netherlands (CBS) was a perfect host. It was organized back-to-back with the Workshop on Statistical Data Dissemination and Communication (5-7 October). Over 135 participants from nearly 50 countries and 60 organisations attended the event. There were four discussion rounds and in the special event on the joint day,15 teams challenged each other in producing tangible output. We thank participants, organizers and steering committee members for their contributions.
Martine Zaïda (OECD); Gabrielle Beaudoin (Statistics Canada); Manuela Murgia (Istat, Italy); Ray Freeman (Statistics New Zealand); Karin Hansson (Statistics Sweden). Also staring: Robin Lachman (Statistics Netherlands)
The 2015 Statistical Data Collection Workshop: Riding the Wave of the Data Deluge was successfully held from 29 April to 1 May in Washington D.C., United States of America. It was held back-to-back with the Workshop on the Communication of Statistics (27-29 April). We thank participants, organizers and steering committee members for their contributions.
Statistics Canada kindly offered to host the
The objective of this workshop is to identify innovative ways and best practices in statistical data collection, and to provide a platform for practitioners to exchange experiences and foster collaboration in this area. In addition to the more traditional presentations, the agenda of the workshop will include target-driven small group discussions to identify best practices and new opportunities. The target audience for the workshop includes senior and middle-level managers responsible for data collection activities and new data sources, across all statistical domains from Statistical Offices and other agendies from national and international statistical systems.
The programme of the workshop will consist of the following substantive topics:
The 2017 Data Collection Workshop will be held from 10 to 12 October in Ottawa, hosted by Statistics Canada.
Thirty abstracts were submitted. It will be a two-and-half-days workshop starting at noon on Tuesday 10 October. Click here to register. Canada is part of the UNECE region.
Very well received
It was held from 3 to 5 October in the Hague and consisted of 30 presentations in 5 sessions. Statistics Netherlands (CBS) was a perfect host. It was organized back-to-back with the Workshop on