The Asia-Pacific Stats Café is pleased to present a three-webinar series under the theme "Inequalities in CRVS: Let's really get every one in the picture!". The webinar series will provide critical inputs in drawing-up practical and clear guidance for countries in Asia and the Pacific on measuring the inequalities in CRVS with the ultimate goal of narrowing the gap in civil registration. Each webinar (open to all), will be followed by an Expert Group Meeting on the same which will be by invitation only.
This first webinar was held on Monday, 25 January 2021, 12:00-13:30 (GMT+7), focused on qualitative assessments of the CRVS systems with speakers sharing their knowledge and country experiences on the Bali Process Civil Registration Assessment Toolkit (Part 1: The Bali Process Toolkit) and on other related inequality assessment frameworks (Part 2: Other Qualitative Assessments).
Part 1: Experience on the Bali Process Toolkit
- Mr. S. M Mursalin, National Technical Adviser, Technical Support Unit –CRVS, Ministry of Planning, Development & Special Initiatives, Pakistan
- Ms. Sriprapha Petcharamesree, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand
- Mr. Nguyen Cong Khanh, Director General, Department of Civil Registration Nationality and Authentication, Ministry of Justice, Viet Nam
- Mr. Matthias Reuss, Senior Statelessness Officer, UNHCR, Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific
- Ms. Ni Ni Aung, Project Manager (Policy and Partnership), The Regional Support Office, The Bali Process on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime
Part 2: Experience on Other Qualitative Assessments
- Mr. Jeff Montgomery, Registrar-General, Civil Registration, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand
- Ms. Claire Brolan, Development Research Fellow, Centre for Policy Futures, The University of Queensland
- Ms. Irina Dincu, Senior Program Specialist, Centre of Excellence for Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Systems
- Ms. Petra Nahmias, Chief, Population and Social Statistics Section, Statistics Division, ESCAP