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Workshop on Statistical Data Dissemination and Communication

12 - 14 June 2019

Gdańsk, Poland

For more information about the event, please visit the workshop wiki

Participatory exercise

 
Document Title
DocumentsPresentations
ENGENG
Information Note 1 PDF --
Information Note 2 PDF
Timetable PDF
Meeting report (draft) PDF
Welcome and Opening
Taeke Gjaltema (UNECE) PDF
Dominik Rozkrut: President of Statistics Poland
 Gabrielle Beaudoin (Statistics Canada): Chair of the Workshop

KEYNOTE SPEECH: Innovative approach to communication.
- Adam Ryszewski (White Fox Company, Poland)
PDF
Session 1: Internal communication and positioning of the communication department
Session Organizer: Lukasz Augustyniak (Eurostat)
Internal communication and positioning of the communication department
- Suad Mubarak Al Absusalam and Suah Al Ruqaishi (GCCStat, Oman)
PDF PDF
Generating engagement by encouraging internal communications
- Rodrigo Nuñez (INEGI, Mexico)
PDF PDF
Development of a Statistical CRM
- Jose Jabier Zurikarai (EUSTAT, Spain)
PDF PDF
Strategic Communication Framework Phase 2
- Connie Graziadei (UNECE)
PDF PDF
Combining internal and external communications
- Lukasz Augustyniak (Eurostat)
PDF

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Session 2: Issue management and Participatory Activity
Session Organizer: Michael Levi (Bureau of Labor Statistics, USA)
Participatory exercise
New Dwelling Completions - Communication Strategy
- Aeidín Sheppard (Central Statistical Office, Ireland)
PDFPDF
Learning from the 2016 Australian Census and ensuring effective issues management during ABS' most challenging sensitive and divisive data collection
- Nick Stathis and Samantha Palmer (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
PDFPDF
Communication in times of Crisis Management
- Eran Ropalidis (Israel CBS)
PDF

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Session 3: Branding
Session Organizer: Kerstin Hänsel (Destatis, Germany)
Eurostat’s branding study: main conclusions and way forward
- Sybille Luhmann and Tim Allen (Eurostat)
PDFPDF
The Way Forward: Re-establishing a Public Relationship
- Michael Jacino and Christine Léger (Statistics Canada)
PDFYoutube
Rebranding of public statistics - Statistics Poland case
- Karolina Dawidziuk (Statistics Poland)
PDFYoutube
Developing, delivering, and evaluating key messages: A case study from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Michael Levi and Megan Kindelan (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
PDFPDF
Session 4: Tailored Communication Strategies and Frameworks
Session Organizers: Ellen Dougherty (Department of Agriculture, USA) and Terri Mitton (OECD)
Strategic Communication Framework
- Elaine O'Mahoney (Central Statisitcal Office, Ireland)
PDFPDF
Augmenting Statistical Data Dissemination by Short Quantified Sentences of Natural Language
- Miroslav Hudec (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia)
PDFPDF
Localized Dissemination System
- Serhat Atakul (Turkish Statistical Institute)
PDFPDF
Censuses communication campaign. Communicate the new permanent population census. The Istat experience
- Micaela Paciello (Istat, Italy)
PDFPDF
Digging deeper into web analytics. Getting google to work for statistics offices
- Mikel Bilbao (EUSTAT, Spain)
PDF
Guide to Talking About NASS
- Sue King (US Department of Agriculture)
PDFPDF
Session 5: Tailoring communication to a specific audience
Session Organizers: Aeidin Sheppard (CSO, Ireland) and Elaine O'Mahoney (CSO, Ireland)
Statistical literacy as a tool to attract audience starting from school: different audiences and different messages
- Patrizia Collesi and Roberta Roncati (Istat, Italy)
PDFPDF
How to make statistics more appealing to entrepreneurs? – The Banco de Portugal communication experience
- Luís Campos and Lígia Nunes (Central Bank Portugal)
PDFPDF
Data journalists: what do they expect from statistical offices
- Baiba Grandovska (Eurostat)
PDFPDF
Statistical literacy for beginners: Tailoring statistical information to children
- Wendy Schelfaut (StatBel, Belgium)
PDFPDF