In the Summer 2015 - Sparking innovations edition:
- Cartagena Data Festival
- Improving poverty statistics in Philippines
- Innovations: engine of the data revolution in Colombia
- The data revolution reaching out to Arab countries
- Interview with Ben Kiregyera on the Data Revolution
- Digital breadcrumbs to measure literacy in Senegal
- The Africa Data Consensus in motion
- Making PARIS21 ready for the post-2015 agenda
In this Special Edition:
- Welcome, from Johannes Jütting
- Who’s ready to join the data revolution?
- Country studies reach conclusion
- IDR project unveils two powerful new tools
- Global call for innovations is launched
- PARIS21 Seminar discusses UN experts report
- London to host seminar on data revolution
- Check out the new look and feel of the IDR website
For the Spring 2014 issue of the PARIS21 newsletter, we catch up on some of our most recent events, including the PARIS21 Annual Meetings, mobile data workshop in Cabo Verde, and a pair of events from UNSC 2014. We also seek your input on the Informing a Data Revolution project, and continue to look for consultants to join the PARIS21 consultant roster.
In this issue of the PARIS21 newsletter, we launch the new NSDS guidelines (including sharing with you the brand new bilingual website), discuss big data with Dr. Jose Ramon G. Albert of the Philippine National Statistical Coordination Board, examine the results of a user producer dialogue in Maputo, talk about our work engineering the "data revolution" and present the results of the IHSN/ADP external evaluation.
We also take this opportunity to launch the first in our new discussion paper series, "Towards a Post-2015 Framework that Counts: Developing National Statistical Capacity" by Shuang Chen, Francois Fonteneau, Johannes Jütting, and Stephan Klasen
In this issue:
- PARIS21 annual meetings
- PARIS21’s founding mother – Shaida Badiee
- Statistics in the post-2015 development agenda
- Bring me the statistics!
- PARIS21 in the regions
- Bridging the user–producer divide
- From NSDS design to implementation
- ADP on the ground
- Knowing in time – Data and technology
In this issue:
- New PARIS21 website launched
- Development debate: from data poverty to data deluge
- Africa: Improving statistical strategies through dialogue
- Asia and Central America: Solidifying regional integration through statistics
- Statistics and inclusive growth in the Philippines
- 1600 surveys now available online
- In Focus: Aid to statistics: Are we doing it right?
- Interview: Frances Harper - New PARIS21 Executive Committee Chair