Using Technology to Engage Citizens with Well-being Statistics – Perspectives from Official Statistics and Government
Presentations are now available (see below) in relation to the workshop “Using Technology to Engage Citizens with Well-being Statistics – Perspectives from Official Statistics and Government”.
This is the second of two workshops that focused 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.
Deliverable report on “Workshop on Using Technology to Engage Citizens with Well-being Statistics – Perspectives from Official Statistics and Government” (Involvement of the Communities for Statistics)
To view deliverable report: click here!
Presentations and Videos
Welcome and opening address
Donatella Fazio, Web-COSI scientific co-ordinator, Istat – View Presentation
SESSION 1 CITIZENS AS AUDIENCE: WEB PLATFORMS FOR COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION
(Moderator: Donatella Fazio, Istat)
Zoe Hartland – Office for National Statistics – View Presentation
Mary McCaughey – Eurofound – EC – View Presentation
Emily Walter – Australia Bureau of Statistics – View Presentation
Lorena Sanchez and Paolo Veneri – Better Life Index and Regional Well-being interactive tool – OECD – View BLI slides and Regional Well-being slides
SESSION 2 CITIZENS AS PARTICIPANTS & PROVIDERS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES WITH NEW DATA SOURCES
Session 2a Crowd sourced and ‘big’ data
Stefano Falorsi – SMART platform, Istat – Italy- View Presentation
Fernando Reis – Big Data Taskforce, Eurostat – EC – View Presentation
Trevor Fletcher – ‘Informing the Data Revolution’ project – PARIS21 – View Presentation
Vyron Antoniou – Crowdsourcing and Government project, UCL – View Presentation
Session 2b Open Data
Ulrich Atz – Open Data Institute – View Presentation
Barbara Ubaldi – Open Government project – OECD – View Presentation
Trevor Gibson – Peterborough DNA – View Presentation
The full live webcast of the morning session below (start at 35 minutes).
The full live webcast of the afternoon session below (start at 37 minutes).