2020+ the era of Administrative data; looking into the role of registers and administrative data in Census programmes of Pacific Island countries
The project ‘Utilization of registers and administrative data in Census programmes of Pacific Island countries’ (as outlined during the July Meeting of the 5th Pacific Statistics Methods Board) aims to raise awareness of the opportunities and pre-requisites for use of registers and administrative data in census outputs.
These webinars will provide key insights on the use of registers and administrative data for official statistics, drawing on experiences of a variety of countries around the world.
Video Playlist: All webinar recordings are now available online
Presentations and speakers for each of the webinars are available by clicking on links below:
- Webinar 1: International developments in Census methods in recent years: A review of the 2010 round and future prospects
- Webinar 2: What role can registers play in meeting the data requirements sought by a Population and Housing census?
- Webinar 3: Understanding the key requirements for the utilisation of registers for census statistics
- Webinar 4: Register based statistics: Where a population register, and unique identification system is in place
- Webinar 5: Register based statistics: In the absence of a population register or unique identification system
- Webinar 6: Pacific Island use of admin data
This webinar series is open to Government Statisticians, Civil registration officials and owners of registers and administrative databases in other government departments. Whilst there is a natural development through the series of webinars, it is also possible to attend individual webinars as appropriate.
For more information about this project please contact Gloria Mathenge at [email protected].
|Presentation||Documents and Links|
|Concept note Utilisation of admin data in census programmes of PICTs|
|Note for presenters|
|Note for participants|
|Definition of key terms and concepts|
|PSMB5 S6 Utilization of administrative databases in Census programmes of Pacific Island countries||link|