This presentation explores the issues of making collection, processing and dissemination of employment statistics more gender sensitive. It studies the challenges of man-biased data collection, inadequate definitions and concepts in labor statistics, gender-biased responses, gender-biased enumerators, and gender-blind content of the data collection.
Audience: It is intended for users and producers of statistics, middle and senior staff in statistical organizations, policy and decision makers, academia, and stakeholders interested in gender statistics.
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