The PARIS21 and UNSD event aims to scale up innovation in capacity development for better data, based on new approaches to statistical capacity development.
The 2nd International Forum on Migration Statistics (IFMS) is organized by IOM in partnership with by the OECD and the UN DESA.
This event is a part of the Geneva Day in Davos, which will explore innovative solutions and new international governance mechanism, including in Global Heath.
Members and partners from SDSN Switzerland come together for the annual general assembly to find solutions for the implementation of the SDGs.
Topic of the first dialogue is “Collecting data: How can big data contribute to leaving no one behind and achieving the SDGs? “.
This event will explore how innovation, financing and governance can be better leveraged to achieve more and better data for the 'decade of action'.
PARIS21, UNSD and partners are organising an event on 'More and Better Financing of Data for Development' during the United Nations Statistical Commission.
During this information briefing & breakfast, the organizers, the host country and members of the programme committee will inform you about the next UNWDF.
The Swiss Academies will take part in Bern’s Museum Night on 20th March and will include in its programme the UN’s global sustainability goals.
PARIS21 and the OECD are convening a webinar to discuss the issue of SDG alignment and corresponding data production and use at the country level.
Topic of the second dialogue is " Data protection against vulnerabilities: questions of trust, security, and privacy of data".
The event will focus on the question of where and how the human and social sciences can "generate" innovations.
Topic of the third dialogue is "Sharing data: Economic, trade, and labour data: Identifying win-win solutions - Towards Data Commons."
As part of the `’Science after noon’ lecture series, Georges-Simon Ulricht, Director-General of the Federal Statistical Office speaks about measuring progress towards the SDGs.
A virtual side event will take place on the margins of the HLPF 2020 and the Road to Bern initiative. Among different topics covered, it aims also to provide information on the virtual UNWDF.
Providing timely accurate population & migration estimates and their implications for demographic changes in line with the vision of the UN75 global dialogues.
4th dialogue of the Road to Bern via Geneva: Using Data: Making data user-friendly – Towards Data Commons
Topic of the fourth dialogue is "Using data: How to make data user-friendly".
Public panel discussion on equality in film as part of the annual meeting of the European Film Agency Research Network EFARN.
Due to the extraordinary situation, the Swiss Statistics Days 2020 have been postponed to 2021. The theme will remain the same; Dati: da tutti per tutti? - Data: from all for all? The exact dates will be communicated here in due course.