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UNECE-Eurostat Work Session on Migration Statistics

29 - 31 October 2019

Geneva, Switzerland

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The Work Session will directly follow a Workshop on Migration Statistics for countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.

 
Document Title
DocumentsPresentations
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Information note PDF -- -- --
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1 Timetable (updated on 14 October 2019) PDF PDF----
2 Report PDF PDF----
Session 1: Opening
Session 2: Definitions of population and migration
3 Measuring migration in a changing world – how should migration statistics reflect the complexity of modern travel patterns?
United Kingdom
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Current international standards on measuring international labour migration, from the Guidelines by the 20th International Conference of Labour Statisticians
ILO
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Measuring international labour mobility: conceptual issues identified by the UNECE task force
UNECE
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New Recommendations for statistics on international migration
UNSD
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4 Who is a ‘migrant’? First results from a world survey on national migration definitions
Eurostat
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5 An alternative view on the statistical definition of migration
Eurostat
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Session 3: Data integration for measuring migration
6 Turkey’s experience on immigration and emigration statistics based on administrative registers: challenges and improvements
Turkey
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7 Data integration and inter-agency co-operation for the measurement of immigration: the Chilean experience
Chile
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8 The impact of hurricane Maria: the US Census Bureau’s experience combining survey-based estimates and “Big Data” to produce 2018 Puerto Rico net migration estimates
United States
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9 Integration of population base statistical register with international migration statistical register
Colombia
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Session 4: Use of longitudinal data for migration statistics
10 An error framework for longitudinal administrative sources; its use for understanding the statistical properties of data on international migration
United Kingdom
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11 Statistics on acquisitions of citizenship: an integrated and longitudinal approach
Italy
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12 Retrospective Demographic Survey (EDER)
Mexico
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13 Reconciling administrative and survey data for measuring circular migration in Hungary
Hungary
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Recent developments of the Canadian Longitudinal Immigration Database
Canada

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Task Force on Longitudinal Data for Migration Statistics
Canada
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Session 5: Communication and use of migration statistics
What do migration statistics users expect from statisticians? Keynote speech
Frans Willekens (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute)
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14 Communicating migration statistics in a changing context: challenges and strategies in the UK
United Kingdom
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Users' perspective from Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia
Lomonosov Moscow State University
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Users' perspective from the International Organization for Migration (IOM)
IOM
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Session 6: Measuring emigrants and hard-to-reach groups of migrants
15 United States Census Bureau methods for estimating emigration of the foreign born
United States
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16 Foreigners in the national labour market – a regional approach using the capture-recapture method
Poland
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