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Meeting of the Group of Experts on Population and Housing Censuses

4 - 6 October 2017


Document Title
1 Annotated provisional agenda PDF PDFPDF
Tentative Timetable ATTENTION: Limited time available for presentations: 12 minutes for items 3, 4 and 8; 15 minutes for the other items PDFPDF
INF.1 Information Note PDF
Item 2. Innovations in census methodology and use of new data sources
3 Mass imputation for Census estimation (Netherlands) PDFPDFPDF
4 Future EU Census programme: 2021 EU Census (Eurostat) PDFPDFPDF
5 Administrative data and sample surveys’ data usage for determination of economic activity of population in register based Population and Housing Census in Latvia (Latvia) PDFPDFPDF
6 The implementation of new data sources to increase the coverage of data on housing stocks in Poland (Poland) PDFPDFPDF
7 Overcoming barriers to effective and efficient enumeration in the 2020 Census (United States of America) PDFPDFPDF
13 The use of continuity patterns in administrative data to define the usually resident population in Italy (Italy) PDFPDFPDF
25 The combined census model in Germany – origins, lessons learned and future perspectives (Germany) PDFPDF
27 Estimation of the Total Population in the 2020 Integrated Census in Israel (Israel) PDFPDF
33 Update on Progress Towards an Admin Data Census (United Kingdom) PDFPDF
20 Draft UNECE Guidelines on the use of registers and administrative data for population and housing censuses PDFPDFPDF
21 Future EU census programmes: beyond 2021 (Eurostat) PDFPDF
Item 3. Innovations in census technology
8 Issues in protecting raw data when implementing technological innovations in the census (Russian Federation) PDFPDFPDF
9 2020 Population and Housing Census Planning, innovations in the use of technology (Mexico) PDFPDFPDF
29 The French online census (France) PDFPDF
30 The use of electronic data collection in the 2021 Census for England and Wales PDFPDF
Item 4. Evaluating the census and measuring data quality
10 Census quality control (performance, lessons learned and directions for the next PES) (Croatia) PDF PDF
11 Quality measurement in the state information systems and databases (Estonia) PDFPDFPDF
12 A procedure for assessing quality of variables in a register-based census (Spain) PDFPDFPDF
24 Lessons learned from household data quality assessment in the 2011 Czech Census (Czechia) PDFPDF
34 Quality Assessment of the Population and Housing Census 2014 in the Republic of Moldova (Republic of Moldova) PDFPDF
Item 5. Meeting users’ needs
16 Factors impacting the wishes of census data users (Estonia) PDFPDFPDF
28 Development of flexible dissemination for 2021 Census (United Kingdom) PDFPDF
Presentation on the census consultation process in Canada (Margaret Michalowski, Statistics Canada) PDFPDF
Item 6. Production and dissemination of geo-referenced census data
18 Creation and dissemination of spatial census data by Central Statistical Office of Poland (Poland) PDFPDFPDF
19 Disseminating data from the 2021 EU census collection geo-referenced to a 1km² grid (Eurostat) PDFPDFPDF
22 Addresses, buildings and housing units in the new base register of the geographical units of Italy (Italy) PDFPDF
Item 7. Cooperation models among countries
14 The International Census Forum – One Example of a Cooperation Model (United States of America) PDFPDFPDF
15 Baltic Population and Housing Census Seminars as cooperation model to study experiences and to develop future strategies for Censuses in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania (Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania) PDFPDFPDF
Report on cooperation models within the European Statistical System (Background document from Eurostat) PDFPDF
Item 8. Integration between census and social surveys
23 Census and Social Surveys Integrated System (Italy) PDFPDF
31 IPUMS Approach to Harmonizing International Census and Survey Data (IPUMS: University pf Minnesota) PDFPDF
Item 9. Sustainable Development Goals’ needs and censuses
17 Using population censuses to measure Sustainable Development Goal indicators in the CIS countries (CIS-Stat) PDFPDFPDF
26 Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in Myanmar using data collected in the 2014 Census PDFPDF