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Gelendzhik, Russian Federation
  by invitation only

Document TitleENGRUS
Conclusions of the SeminarPDFPDF
Agenda and Timetable (Rev.21 October)PDFPDF
Photos
Information NotePDF-
Information Note 2 (4 Oct)PDFPDF
Abstracts
Presentations
Session 1: Overview of population censusesENGRUSENGRUS
Overview of the 2010 census round in the UNECE region and the process of preparation for the 2020 round (UNECE)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
Population census and migration statistics: situation in the CIS region (CIS STAT)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Session 2: The traditional census: challenges, problems and solutions
Outcome of the Geneva census workshop on 4 October (UNECE)PPTXPPTX
The 2009 population and housing census in Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzstan)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
The 2009 population and housing census in Belarus (Belarus)PDFPDFPPTPPT
The 2014 population and housing census in the Republic of Moldova (Moldova)PPTPPT
Session 3: Alternative census methods: what could be the future options fo CIS countries?
Beyond 2011 – a new paradigm for population statistics? (United Kingdom)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
Challenges in the transition from traditional to register-based census in Austria (Austria)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
Population census of the 2020 round: problems and perspectives in the CIS region (CIS STAT)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Session 4: Round table discussion on the future of population census in CIS countries
Session 5: Challenges of migration statistics in CIS countries
Challenges of migration statistics in the CIS region (Moscow State Lomonosov University)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Enhancing evidence base of migration management and policy development: IOM approaches and actions(IOM)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
Migration statistics in Azerbaijan: current situation and challenges (Azerbaijan)PPTXPPTX
Methodological approaches to measure migration in Ukraine (Ukraine)PDFPDFPPT
Migration statistics in Moldova (Moldova)PPT
On activity of Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation in the field of migration statistics production (Russian Federation)PDFPDFPPT
Migration statistics in Tajikistan (Tajikistan)PDFPDF
Session 6: Use of data from the census, household surveys and administrative sources to improve the measurement of international migration
Migration statistics in Spain (Spain)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Development of international migration statistics in Russia on the basis of census and administrative data(Russian Federation)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Traditional census microdata: a valuable, virgin source for analysing international migration (University of Minnesota)PDFPDFPPTXPPTX
Session 7: Availability and exchange of migration data between countries
Data exchange through the UNECE Clearing House of Migration Statistics (UNECE)PDFPDFPPTPPT
Session 8: Round table discussion on the ways improve migration statistics in CIS countries
Session 9: Conclusions on the way forward with population censuses and migration statistics