The 54th session of the United Nations Statistical Commission will be held in person in New York from 28 February to 3 March 2023. UN Women will be well-positioned to ensure strong representation of gender statistics across the programme of work of the Commission, through a number of strategic interventions.
Positioning household surveys for the next decade: enhancing the interoperability and integration of household surveys
13 Feb | 8:30-10am (EST)
The Inter-Secretariat Working Group on Household Surveys (ISWGHS) is organizing a series of webinars around eight technical priority areas and the enabling environment identified by a position paper.
This side event is the first of the webinar series, focusing on technical priority 1 on enhancing the interoperability and integration of household surveys. The webinar will focus on four key areas:(1) improving accessibility of other data sources for integration; (2) fostering data interoperability by design; (3) establishing a total quality framework for data integration; and (4) maintaining high ethical standards and data confidentiality.
Towards a framework to harness data by citizens, for citizens and about citizens
24 Feb | 3-6pm (EST)
Concept note | UN WebTV (TBD)
This event forms part II of the Friday Seminar series on emerging issues. It will cover current practices of citizens’ contributions to data; the role of NSOs in advancing civil society engagement in data production and use; and aligning non-state data quality with official statistics.
Report of the Inter-Secretariat Working Group on Household Surveys (agenda item 3(c))
The UN Statistical Commission will table this item for discussion on 28 February. It will also be livestreamed on UN WebTV.