7th Global Forum on Gender Statistics

14-11-2018  – 16-11-2018 Tokyo

The United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), in collaboration with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of the Government of Japan, is organizing the 7th Global Forum on Gender Statistics under the Global Gender Statistics Programme and the guidance of the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Gender Statistics (IAEG-GS).

This event will bring together producers and users of gender statistics from national and international statistical offices, other government agencies, international organizations, academia, civil society and the donor community. The Forum will be an opportunity to discuss ways to improve data and evidence for gender policies, in the context of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. In particular, the Forum will: (a) review methodological developments for better gender statistics in many areas, including the nexus between gender and environment; measuring asset ownership and entrepreneurship from a gender perspective; monitoring international migration; and producing data on gender identity; (b) take stock of national practices and strategies for measuring and monitoring gender concerns, in line with the global SDG indicator framework; (c) discuss how Statistical Offices can communicate more effectively to ensure policy makers, the media and the general public identify, understand, and make full use of available data; and (d) learn about the latest research/assessment of progress towards gender equality, and about the availability of disaggregated gender data, to ensure no one is left behind.

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  • Francesca Grum, Tel.: +1 212 963 4950, E-mail: grum@un.org

12th Meeting of the Inter-agency and Expert Group on Gender Statistics

13-11-2018  – 13-11-2018 Tokyo

The members of the IAEG-GS convened for the 12th annual meeting in Tokyo, Japan on 13 November 2018, preceding the 7th Global Forum on Gender Statistics, which took place on 14-16 November 2018. The meeting was organized by the Social and Gender Statistics Section, Demographic and Social Statistics Branch, of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD).

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