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UN Women Mar 9
Better data = fairer laws found: ❌104 economies ban women from certain jobs ❌18 allow men to prevent their wives from working Over the last 2 years, 65 economies enacted 87 reforms to improve women’s inclusion:
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World Tourism Organization Mar 12
What you can’t measure, you can’t manage. We need to make effective & coherent policies, and foster dialogue, transparency & collaboration. is assisting governments worldwide to ensure they can measure how tourism is working towards the .
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Tom Orrell Mar 4
“Open source is like a free puppy, free but needs a lot of care. We need resources.” ’s Luis Gonzalez Morales on the need to support interoperability efforts.
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Data Act Lab Mar 4
Have we invented SDGs with out knowing if they will ever be meet? Currently we can only track a fraction of the SDG targets. A funding mechanism for statistics is needed says @StatisticsDenmark ,
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UN Sustainable Development Mar 5
How does data help ? From life-saving healthcare, to education, poverty and gender equality, data underpins every aspect of a modern human existence. The UN Statistical Commission kicks off on 5 March. Follow here:
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Felipe Roa-Clavijo Mar 5
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UN Youth Envoy Mar 6
Better data = better lives 📊Couldn't agree more! The Statistical Commission is entering its 50th session. Find out how data can improve our lives & advance the :
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Aditya Agrawal Feb 20
I am looking forward to being in New York March 6-8 for the . If you'd like to find out more about Digital Earth Africa (), particularly if you are working in Africa and can make use of data, let me know.
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Felipe Roa-Clavijo Mar 10
Smiling team as we conclude an intense week at the in New York! We organised a side event in which heads of statistics from 13 countries shared their experiences on measuring and tackling multidimensional poverty. Here are the highlights:
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Sabá Loftus Feb 7
Do you need to be counted to count? Data analytics increasingly important for credible & effective decision making. Commission (5-8 March) tackles the big questions. More: w/
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UNFPA Mar 8
: Access to sexual and reproductive health is possible thanks to population data gathered with modern geospatial technology? See how we're putting everyone on the map with the power of data:
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Shaida Badiee Mar 4
The humorous side of advocacy for MORE & BETTER investment in data with a serious message behind it of course 🤓Tune in at High Level Forum this afternoon at 3 pm on “Financing for Data and Statistics” with a great list of speakers
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Bela Hovy Mar 4
"Let's make sure that all censuses during '20 round include 5 migr. questions: cntry of birth, citizenship, date of arrival, place of res. 5 yrs ago, and reason for migration" says of at panel on global programme on migr data .
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Linda Peters Mar 5
Great to be at the UN for the opening session of the 50th Statistical Commission. Esri is honored to support this amazing community bringing Statistical and Geospatial together.
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OIC-StatCom Mar 7
Replying to @sesric
Thank you all who participated to our side event on margins of in New York. HE Amb. Musa KULAKLIKAYA, Director General, attended the side event for the last time and said farewell to all as he will be taking office as Asst. Secretary General of OIC in July 2019.
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Shaida Badiee Mar 8
To recognize the great team for their hard work everyday but specially last week for the sessions and 87 side events. Huge progress on , , fundamental principles, and more. Thanks to you all and happy
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Sibylle Mar 8
Today I said good by to my distinguished colleagues in the UN Statistical Commission . It was an honour to serve the values of international official
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IOM GMDAC Mar 5
What's in store for the in 2019? Join our side event today at 1:15 – 2:15pm. 📍The event is taking place at , 48th Floor, Chanin Building, 122 East 42nd Street, NY ℹ️
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UN Big Data Mar 6
Great news: The marketplace for official statistics where you can search for Trusted Data, Projects, Learning, Applications, Services & Partners is now live! Click on link
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UN DESA Mar 7
Children without basic maths & reading skills: 617 million ⅓ are out of school ⅔ are in school Better, comparable data helps us look beneath the surface & improve our education systems. 👇
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