Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22 26 October 2007 .


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The Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses – Major changes United Nations Statistics Division Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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World projects UN Statistical Commission on censuses Principles and suggestions for populace and lodging censuses 1947 56 65 66 84 87 94 04 06 58 74 80 98 Year Supplementary P&R World Programs Timeline Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Map of the 2000 World Program The 2010 World Program of Population and Housing Censuses and changes in the Principles and Recommendations for directing censuses Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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2010 World Census Program Endorsed by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2005 and received by the United Nations Economic and Social Council in July 2005 Three basic objectives of Program: for Member States to complete a populace and lodging registration amid the period 2005-2014 and to scatter enumeration brings about a convenient way to concur on an arrangement of worthy universal standards and proposals administering the lead of an evaluation to encourage nations in directing censuses Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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The correction of the United Nations Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Revision of the Principles and Recommendations Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, Rev. 2 embraced by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2007 English rendition accessible on UNSD site in September before interpretation into the other 5 UN official langages http://unstats.un.org/unsd/statistic/sources/registration/census3.htm Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations Main elements of the audit procedure Extensive global consultative process Gradual process through territorial and universal conferences Meetings E-mail trades On-line examination discussion Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations - real changes Orientation Emphasis on creation of yields for proof based basic leadership Recognition of an incorporated factual framework for the generation of yields Non-remedy of information hotspots for yields Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Outputs/classifications Basic/basic arrangements Top need Providing least insights for nations in troublesome conditions Population (20) Housing (7) Recommended organizations Adequate for meeting basic information requirements for confirmation based arranging, checking and usage of national strategies Population (33) Housing (19) Optimal classifications Meet the requirements of most information clients broadly and universally Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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On the suggested arrangements Reflect fundamental information needs - importance at national and worldwide levels Potential for creation of point by point measurements at most reduced topographical level Developed freely of source Produced in any event once in the period 2005-2014 Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Set of prescribed arrangements Number of prescribed by wide subject (51 tables) Geographical and inward relocation attributes – 6 International movement qualities – 4 Household and family qualities – 3 Demographic and social attributes – 2 Fertility and mortality - 4 Educational qualities - 3 Economic attributes – 8 Disability attributes – 3 Housing attributes - 19 Produced at any rate once in the period 2005-2014 Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Metadata for suggested arrangements All prescribed arrangements require Metadata essential for comprehension basic ideas and approach Type of metadata Core themes spoke to Source of insights Type of populace tally Definition of urban/provincial Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Core points Main factors for suggested classifications Population - 31 center themes with 25 direct and 6 inferred Housing - 21 center points Permit national and global similarity of information by utilization of basic ideas and definitions Developed through worldwide consultative process Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Non-center to center Date of birth of the last youngster conceived alive Births in the previous 12 months Household passings in the previous 12 months Deaths among kids conceived in the previous 12 months Country of birth Year or time of landing Disability status Core to non-center Time worked Alternate center subjects Place of past home Place of home at a predefined date in the past Changes in center themes - Population Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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New center Fuel utilized for cooking Main wellspring of drinking water Information innovation and specialized gadgets in the family unit Core to non-center Year or time of development Useful floor space Rental and proprietor involved lodging costs Separate center themes – beforehand one Type of latrine Sewage transfer Changes in center themes – Housing Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations - significant changes Introducing meaning of Place of common home (a) The place at which the individual has lived persistently for the majority of the most recent 12 months (that is, for no less than six months and one day), excluding brief nonappearances for occasions or work assignments, or expects to live for no less than six months; OR (b) The place at which the individual has lived constantly for at any rate the most recent 12 months, excluding transitory unlucky deficiencies for occasions or work assignments, or plans to live for no less than 12 months. Affect on provincial and worldwide information equivalence Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations - significant changes New order of living quarters that: With clearer qualification amongst traditional and non-routine lodging units Enlarges the scientific categorization of aggregate living quarters Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Living quarters Housing units Collective living quarters Conven. residences Hotels Basic homes Insti-tutions Temp. Hous. units Camps Mobile Hous. units Other Marginal Hous. units Impro-vised Not for propensity. Different Principles and Recommendations – significant changes: Previous characterization of living quarters Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Living quarters Collective living quarters Housing units Conventional abodes Other lodging units Hospitals Hotels Correctional Mobile Hous. units Has all essential offices Institutions Military Camps Temp. Hous. units Religious Does not have all essential offices Other Marginal Hous. units Retirement Students Improvised Not for residence Other Staff quarters Principles and Recommendations – real changes: Revision 2 grouping of living quarters Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations - significant changes Alternative methodologies Introducing elaboration of option methodologies Traditional registration – most nations Register based evaluation Rolling studies (with national variations) UNSD site – national cases of option methodologies Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Concerns raised against conventional censuses Periodicity of information generation Prohibitive costs Untimeliness of enumeration results Under-scope sometimes sketchy information quality Inflexibility Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations – Alternative methodologies Register based statistics - Prerequisites Personal distinguishing proof number Comprehensive and working arrangement of registers Legal premise Public trust Unique and uniform coding frameworks Record connecting crosswise over registers Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations – Alternative methodologies Register based registration - Advantages Timeliness of information Reduced cost connected with information accumulation Reduced respondent weight Maximizes utilization of information gathered by various offices Flexibility as far as reference date and periodicity Workshop on Census Cartography and Management, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 22–26 October 2007

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Principles and Recommendations – Alternative methodologies Register based registration - Disadvantages Lack of adaptability – growing information ite

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