Strategies for Involving Stakeholders in Census Activities: The Canadian Experience

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Strategies for Involving Stakeholders in Census Activities: The Canadian Experience


This paper by Statistics Canada describes the Canadian experience in strategies for involving stakeholders in census activities. The term “stakeholders” is used to describe those who are involved in the conduct of the census, especially current or potential users of census data. They include federal, provincial, territorial and municipal governments; private-sector companies; academic teachers and researchers; libraries; non-governmental organizations; media and the general public. The involvement of stakeholders in the census is essential at every step of the census process, from content determination to dissemination of products and services.

Paper presented at the Symposium on Global Review of 2000 Round of Population and Housing Censuses: Mid-Decade Assessment and Future Prospects, New York, 7-10 August 2001.


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Created:Thursday, August 16, 2007
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Secondary Categories: GENERAL CENSUS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT, 1. The role of the census in the national statistical system, 6. Census publicity, 7. User consultations , CENSUS DATA DISSEMINATION AND UTILIZATION
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