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07 June 2022, 11:00 - 12:15 Indochina Time / Bangkok | Open meeting

Stats Cafe_13/2022

E-learning course: Using Gender Data for Analysis, Communications and Policy Making in the context of SDG monitoring and beyond

elearning gender course

Register for the self-paced e-course to strengthen your skills to use and analyze gender data and statistics for monitoring the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and beyond. Explore the concepts of sex and gender and appreciate the multidisciplinary nature of gender statistics. This e-course is open to both experts and non-experts. Read more in the Flyer.


Welcome Remarks

Rachael Beaven
Rachael Beaven
Director, Statistics Division, ESCAP
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Rachael Beaven has over thirty years of experience in govt statistics, in particular data preparation and analysis. She has also worked extensively with governments, multilateral agencies and the statistical community, most notably through the United Nations Statistics Division, ECA, ESCAP, World Bank and Paris21.

She has provided a wide range of technical support, from improving economic and financial statistics to estimating local population using geospatial data. She is one of the founders of the Inclusive Data Charter, launched at the 2018 High-Level Political Forum, to mobilize political commitments and to advance inclusive and disaggregated data. Ms. Beaven also led a programme on monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals with United Nations Statistics Division and established a data science hub with the Office for National Statistics of the United Kingdom to explore use of data science, in particular geospatial as well as big data, to monitor progress. She holds Master’s degrees in Statistical Applications in Business and Government as well as Business Administration, and a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Geology.

Moderator

Sharita Serrao
Sharita Serrao
Statistician, Population and Social Statistics Section, Statistics Division, ESCAP
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Sharita Serrao is a Statistician with the Population and Social Statistics Section, Statistics Division, ESCAP. She has over a decade of experience in statistical capacity building in the Asia-Pacific region and leads the Division’s work on gender data and statistics, including gender data communications. Sharita has also been involved in the global and regional work on several other domains including disability, migration and informal sector statistics, policy-data integration and more recently inequality assessments for CRVS. Prior to joining ESCAP, Sharita worked for the United Nations Development Fund for Women, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.

Speakers

Sara Valero
Sara Duerto Valero
Regional Advisor on Gender Statistics, UN Women’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
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Sara Duerto Valero is the Regional Advisor on Gender Statistics in UN Women’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, where she manages the Flagship Programme Initiative “Making Every Woman and Girl Count.” Besides planning and implementing interventions to support the quality, availability and use of gender statistics across Asia and the Pacific, she provides technical advice and prepares analytical materials on gender statistics. Before joining the regional office, she worked as a statistics specialist in UN Women’s Headquarters. Previously, Sara was a statistician at the Statistics Division of the United Nations Secretariat (UNSD), the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP-SD), and UNESCO’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. She holds a Master’s Degree in Development Studies from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles and a graduate degree on Business from the Universidad de Zaragoza.

Wilma A. Guillen
Wilma A. Guillen
Assistant National Statistician and Head, Social Sector Statistics Service, Sectoral Statistics Office, Philippine Statistics Authority
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Meli Nadakuca
Meli Nadakuca
Statistician – Vital Statistics, Demography & GIS Unit, Fiji Bureau of Statistics
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Sinovia Moonie
Sinovia Moonie
Statistician/Lecturer, SIAP
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Christophe Bontemps
Christophe Bontemps
Statistician/Lecturer, SIAP
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Title Speaker/Presenter PPT
Mainstreaming gender in official statistics: from concepts to practical approaches Sara Duerto Valero, Regional Advisor on Gender Statistics, UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific PPT
Mainstreaming gender in the Philippines Statistical System Wilma A. Guillen, Assistant National Statistician, Head of the Social Sector Statistics Service, Sectoral Statistics Office of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) PPT
Identifying and analyzing gender dimensions of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics using death registration data in Fiji Meli Nadakuca, Statistician, Vital Statistics, Demography & GIS Unit, Fiji Bureau of Statistics and Renee Sorchik, Consultant, ESCAP PPT
Mainstreaming gender in statistical training: Why and How Sinovia Moonie, Statistician/ Lecturer and Christophe Bontemps, Statistician/ Lecturer, Statistical Institute for Asia and the Pacific (SIAP) PPT

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Statistics Division +66 2288 1234 [email protected]
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