Using Technology to Engage Citizens with Well-being Statistics – Perspectives from Official Statistics and Government – Workshop

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27/10/2014
All Day

Price: FREE


The use of technology to engage citizens with well-being statistics is a relatively new area, and the purpose of this workshop is to explore experiences and best practices from national statistics offices and governments. This is the second of two workshops that will focus on the use of digital technology to engage citizens with well-being data and statistics. The first workshop took place on 18 September 2014 and explored perspectives from civil society and academia, to see presentations and film from the first workshop, click here.

Date: 27 October 2014
Venue: OECD, Paris
Time: 09:30am – 5pm (registrations opens at 9:00 am)

Registration

This workshop is by invitation only, if you are interested in attending please contact: info@wikiprogress.org. Note that the workshop will webcast live on Wikiprogress.

Webcast

A live webcast of the workshop will be showing on Wikiprogress, from 09:30 (GMT +1) on 27 October 2014

For more information visit the Wikiprogress event page: click here!

Draft Agenda

9.00 – 9.30 Registration

OPENING SESSION

09.30 – 10.00 Welcome and opening address

  • Loretta Anania, EC project officer, DG CONNECT
  • Donatella Fazio, Web-COSI scientific co-ordinator, Istat
  • Marco Mira D’Ercole , Head of Well-being Measurement, Statistics Directorate, OECD
  • Kate Scrivens, Wikiprogress Manager, OECD

SESSION 1 CITIZENS AS AUDIENCE: WEB PLATFORMS FOR COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION

Moderator: Donatella Fazio, Istat

10.00 – 12.00

  • Zoe Hartland – Office for National Statistics – UK
  • Mary McCaughey – Eurofound – EC
  • Emily Walter – Australia Bureau of Statistics – Australia
  • Lorena Sanchez and Paolo Veneri – Better Life Index and Regional Well-being interactive tool – OECD

12.00 – 13.30 Lunch

SESSION 2 CITIZENS AS PARTICIPANTS & PROVIDERS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES WITH NEW DATA SOURCES

Session 2a Crowd sourced and ‘big’ data

13.30 – 15.30

  • Stefano Falorsi – SMART platform, Istat – Italy
  • Fernando Reis – Big Data Taskforce, Eurostat – EC
  • Trevor Fletcher – ‘Informing the Data Revolution’ project – PARIS21
  • Vyron Antoniou – Crowdsourcing and Government project, UCL – Greece

15.30 – 15.45 Coffee

Session 2b Open Data

15.45 – 17.15

  • Ulrich Atz –Open Data Institute – UK
  • Barbara Ubaldi – Open Government project – OECD
  • Trevor Gibson – Peterborough DNA – UK

17.15 – 17.30 Closing discussion

 

 

 

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