Session 3 - Measuring new and more detailed targets

Session 3 - Measuring new and more detailed targets

 
Date: 
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Abstract

National statistical systems need to prepare themselves for the high demands arising from the post-2015 development agenda for integrated economic, social and environmental statistics, as shown by the broad range of goals and targets that are contained in the proposal of the Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals. The OWG proposal also contains two targets on data and statistics, making statistics development as part of a global development agenda. National statistical systems need to take advantage of this opportunity to introduce innovations in their structures, systems and processes to increase their efficiency and ability to meet the demands for statistics.

Presentations

1. Integrated statistics for the post-2015 development agenda: Implications for national statistical systems
- Matthias Reister Senior Statistician United Nations Statistics Division

2. Post-2015 data test: Unpacking the Post-2015 data revolution at the country level: Initial Findings
- Debapriya Bhattacharya, PhD, Chair, Southern Voice on Post-MDGs, Distinguished Fellow, Centre for Policy Dialogue

3. Towards a regional standard for disaster statistics
- Hae Ryun Kim, Deputy Director, Research Planning Division, Statistical Research Institutes, Statistics Korea, Chair, Expert Group on Disaster-related statistics in Asia and the Pacific

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Integrated statistics for the post-2015 development agendaDownload
Finding from the Post-2015 data testDownload
Towards a regional standard for disaster statisticsDownload