Session 3. Review of national practices: (1) What to review?

Session 3. Review of national practices: (1) What to review?

 
Date: 
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Type: 
Public information and advocacy materials
Abstract

List of documents/presentations from Session 3 (Review of national practices: (1) What to review?) of the Third Working meeting of the Technical Advisory Group on Population and Social Statistics, Bangkok, 6-8 March 2013.
1. What to review? - An Australian perspective
This presentation was given by Ms Gemma Van Halderen, First Assistant Statistician, Population, Education and Data Integration, Division, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

2. Institutional Framework and Legal Status
This presentation was given by Mr Dipankar Roy, Deputy Director, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.

3. Setting priorities on what to review of national statistical practices - A perspective from National Statistics Bureau, Bhutan
This presentation was given by Mr Phub Sangay, Chief Statistical Officer, National Statistics Bureau, Bhutan

4. Setting Priority - Based on Practice in China
This presentation was given by Ms Wei Liu, Deputy Counsel, Department of Social, Science and Technology and Cultural Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics, China.

5. Implementation of Core Statistics – possible issues and topics for national review in the Indian context
This presentation was given by Ms Sunitha Bhaskar, Director, Social Statistics Division, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

6.1 Report of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime on a road map to improve the quality and availability of crime statistics at the national and international levels.
This is an official document at the Statistical Commission, Forty-fourth session, 26 February-1 March 2013. This document was prepared by UNODC.

6.2 Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Crime Statistics, Vienna, 4-6 February 2013
This document was prepared by UNODC.

7. Review of national practices for production, analysis, dissemination and use of statistics- ILO experience
This presentation was given by Mr Tite Habiyakare, Regional Labour Statistician, ILO, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok.

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1.What to review-An Australian perspectiveDownload
2.Institutional Framework and Legal Status_BangladeshDownload
3.Setting priorities on what to review of national statistical practices-A perspective from BhutanDownload
4.Setting Priority-Based on Practice in ChinaDownload
5.Implementation of Core Statistics-possible issues and topics for national review in the Indian contextDownload
6.1_Report of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico and the UNODC on a road map to improve crime statisticsDownload
6.2_Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Crime Statistics_ Vienna_4-6Feb2013Download
7.Review of national practices for production, analysis, dissemination and use of statistics- ILO experienceDownload