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62nd plenary session of the Conference of European Statisticians

9 - 11 April 2014

Paris

 ECE/CES/2014/..

 
Document Title
DocumentsPresentations
ENG FRERUSENGFRERUS
ECE/CES/86 Provisional agenda PDF PDFPDF 
86/Add.1 Tentative Timetable PDF  
ECE/CES/87 Report PDF PDFPDF
Opening address and adoption of the agenda
Matters arising from the 45th session of the United Nations Statistical Commission

FIRST SEMINAR

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF OFFICIAL STATISTICS AND HOW DO WE COMMUNICATE THAT VALUE?

DocumentsPresentations
ENG FRERUSENGFRERUS
Presentation by Seminar Chair (the United Kingdom) PPTX
Keynote speech
Session I: Understanding the value of official statistics

Introduction by Session Organiser (Eurostat)

PPTX
20How to add value to official statistics? (Mexico) PDF PDF PDF
21What is the value of official statistics and how do we
communicate that value? (Romania)
PDF PDF PDF
22How do we define the value and benefits of official statistics in an increasingly competitive data industry? (Australia) PDF PDF PDF
32Big data – an opportunity or a threat to official statistics? (Eurostat) PDF
50Marketing the national statistical office’s value proposition – a call to action and examples of good practice (Modernisation Committee on Products and Sources) PDF
Session II: Strategies for communicating the value of official statistics

              

Introduction by Session Organiser (Sweden) PPTX
23 Ways to motivate respondents through communication of the value of official statistics (Sweden) PDF PDFPDF
24

Comment communiquer sur la valeur des statistiques officielles? (France)

PDF PDFPDF
25 Communicating innovation in National Statistical Offices (Italy) PDF PDFPDF
33 Use of modern communication tools for promoting the value of European statistics (Eurostat) PDF
34 How the brand house helps to choose communication tools, and how does open data fit in? (Netherlands) PDF
35 Integrated strategies and activities to communicate
the value of official statistics (Turkey)
PDF
Conclusion by Seminar Chair (the United Kingdom)

SECOND SEMINAR

MIGRATION STATISTICS

DocumentsPresentations
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Presentation by Seminar Chair (Mexico)    
Key issues for discussion PPTX
Questions for discussion during the seminar on migration statistics PDF
Keynote speech PPTX
Session I: Measuring recent and changing migration patterns: Challenges and opportunities
Introduction by Session Organiser (Norway)  PDF PPTX
26Measuring integration of immigrants and descendants – Danish experiences with register-based data (Denmark) PDF PDF PDF
27Migration statistics in Switzerland: New sources and
challenges (Switzerland)
PDF PDF PDF
28Better monitoring migrant populations and international mobility: progress made, challenges and ways forward (OECD) PDF PDF PDF PPTX
36Use of population censuses to collect statistics on international migration (UNSD) PDF
37Study of international migration through population census (Poland) PDF
38Development of international migration statistics on the basis of census and administrative data (Russian Federation) PDF PDF
39
Census as a source of migration statistics (Slovakia)
PDF
40Circular migration (Sweden) PDF
41
Migration statistics – Challenges for Statistics Lithuania (Lithuania)
PDF
42External labour migration: sources, measurement
methodology and system of indicators (Ukraine)
PDF PDF
43Changes in migration patterns during the economic crisis – impact on the migration flows to Norway (Norway) PDF PDF
Immigrants in Norway, Sweden and Denmark PDF
Session II: Methods to improve the measurement of migration

              

Key issues identified (CIS-STAT)  PPT
29 International migration in Mexico and its statistics (Mexico) PDF PDFPDF
30 Measuring cross border mobility between Estonia and
Finland with Mobile Positioning Datasets (Estonia&Finland)
PDF PDFPDF
31

Filling the "migration gaps"-can research outcomes help us improve migration statistics (Eurostat)

PDF PDFPDFPDF
44 Forecasting migration in official population projections using an econometric model (Norway) PDF
45 Improving local area estimates of international migration using administrative data (United Kingdom) PDF
46 Labour migration in the Commonwealth of Independent States region: challenges of and approaches to improving statistical information (CIS-STAT) PDF PDF
47 Integrating data for integrating migrants. A multisource approach to migration statistics (Italy) PDF PDF
48 International migration statistics in Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan)
PDF PDF
49

Improving emigration statistics in the future (Finland)

PDF
52 Migration statistics (Kyrgyzstan) PDF
External migration (Tajikistan) PPT
Conclusion by Seminar Chair (Mexico)

FORMAL BUSINESS

FORMAL BUSINESS

DocumentsPresentations
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WORK OF THE HIGH-LEVEL GROUP FOR THE MODERNISATION OF STATISTICAL PRODUCTION AND SERVICES
1Generic Statistical Business Process Model PDFPDF PDF
2Generic Statistical Information Model PDFPDF PDF
3Common Statistical Production Architecture PDFPDF PDF
51Report of the High-level Group PDF PPTX
CES REPORTS, GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

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Extracts from the report on Gender equality indicators PDFPDF PDF
4/Add.1 Results of the consultation of the Gender equality indicators PDF
4/Add.2 Gender equality indicators - full version sent for electronic consultation to all CES members PDF PPTX
5 Extracts from the Recommendations on climate change related statistics PDFPDF PDF
5/Add.1 Results of the consultation of the Recommendations on climate change related statistics PDF PPTX
5/Add.2 Recommendations on climate change related statistics - full version sent for electronic consultation to all CES members  PDF
6 Extracts from the Guide to Global production PDFPDF PDF
6/Add.1 Results of the consultation of the Guide to Global Production PDF PPTX
6/Add.2 Guide to Global production - full version sent for electronic consultation to all CES members  PDF
6/Add.3 Comments Form for the Guide to Global Production Doc
COORDINATION OF INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL WORK IN THE UNECE REGION
7In-depth review of Big Data (Big Data Task Team) PDFPDF PDF
7/Add.1Outcome of the in-depth review of Big Data (UNECE) PDF
8In-depth review of entrepreneurship statistics (Eurostat and OECD) PDFPDF PDF
8/Add.1Outcome of the in-depth review of entrepreneurship statistics (UNECE) PDF
9In-depth review of the measurement of social protection (UNECE) PDFPDF PDF
9/Add.1Outcome of the in-depth review of the measurement of social protection (UNECE) PDF
10In-depth review of leading, composite and sentiment indicators (UNECE) PDFPDF PDF
10/Add.1Outcome of the in-depth review of leading, composite and sentiment indicators and official statistics PDF PPTX
11Outcomes of the in-depth reviews in 2007-2013 PDFPDF PDF
11/Add.1Results of the consultation on the outcomes of in-depth reviews PDF
12Follow-up to the CES 2013 seminar on sustainable development PDF PPTX
13Follow-up to the CES 2013 seminar on microdata PDF
UNECE PROGRAMME OF WORK: STATISTICS
14Biennial Evaluation Report for 2012-13 (UNECE) PDFPDF PDF
15Implementation of the UNECE Statistical Programme 2013 (UNECE) PDF

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Statistical Programme 2014 and list of meetings to be held (UNECE) PDFPDF PDF
17Strategic Framework for 2016-2017 (UNECE) PDF
53Guidelines on procedures and practices for ECE bodies (UNECE) PDF
SELECTION OF TOPICS FOR SEMINARS DURING THE 2015 CES PLENARY SESSION
18Selection of topics for the 2015 CES seminars PDF
18/Add.1Proposal for 2015 CES seminar topics - complete update PDF
19Recommendations for organizing CES Seminars PDF