The UN Global Working Group will conduct a webinar with the Federal Statistical Office of Switzerland on the topic of data innovation in official statistics. FSO has taken the initiative to include data science into the portfolio of its work. This will be for the benefit not only of the federal statistical office but also of other government departments.
The Science Café Thun is dedicated to current social issues and enables a direct dialogue to take place between the audience and experts.
The FSO introduces itself - the people behind the statistics and what businesses can learn. Discussions between the world of business and official statistics.
The Science Café Berne is dedicated to current social issues and enables a direct dialogue to take place between the audience and experts.
The virtual Forum is organised by the UN to discuss the 2030 agenda together, as well as data time during the COVID-19 pandemic, including topical issues related to data such as use, trust and leaving no one behind.
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) is organizing a Stats Café on Financing Statistical Development. It will be held virtually from 12:00-13:00 (Bangkok Time, GMT+7)
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.
The Energy Hackdays make a valuable contribution to energy efficiency. The aim is to use open data to create a sustainable energy future.
Data 2025 aims to boost understanding of what data is based on technical and economic realities, starting today and looking to the opportunities and challenges of new tech in the year 2025.
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.