Programme mondial de 2010 concernant les recensements de la population et de l’habitat: Atelier sub-régional sur l’organisation et la cartographie des recensements
12-11-2007 – 16-11-2007 Rabat
2010 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses: Sub-regional Workshop on Census Management and Mapping with GIS
22-10-2007 – 26-10-2007 Port-of-Spain
2010 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses: Workshop on Census Cartography and Management
15-10-2007 – 19-10-2007 Bangkok
2010 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses: Sub-regional Workshop on Census Cartography and Management
08-10-2007 – 12-10-2007 Lusaka
United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Contemporary Practices in Census Mapping and Use of Geographical Information Systems
29-05-2007 – 01-06-2007 New York
The purpose of the meeting is to critically review contemporary frameworks and different approaches to census mapping and the capabilities offered by advanced technologies (Geographical Information Systems, Global Positioning Systems, Remote Sensing, Internet, etc.) to support census mapping operations. The meeting will also cover possible institutional, organizational and technological challenges. Sessions will focus on detailed discussion related to 1) Geo-coding: concepts and approaches to related data collection; 2) Use of Global Positioning System and geospatial technologies and digital delineation of enumeration areas; 3) Geographic databases, spatial analysis and data dissemination and 4) Organizational and institutional issues.
Workshop on Census Management for ESCWA Countries
12-07-2003 – 23-07-2003 Sana'a
The United Nations Workshop on Census Management for ESCWA Countries was coorganized by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) and the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) and hosted by the Central Statistical Organization (CSO) of the Republic of Yemen. The workshop was conducted during the period 12 – 23 July 2003 and had the following objectives: to train participants on census management to successfully conduct population censuses as part of statistical capacity building in the ESCWA region; and, to exchange experience among countries that had already conducted their censuses and countries that are in the process of planning and conducting their population and housing censuses. Training was based on the United Nations Handbook on Census Management for Population and Housing Censuses.
Symposium on Global Review of 2000 Round of Population and Housing Censuses: Mid-Decade Assessment and Future Prospects
07-08-2001 – 10-08-2001 New York