IAOS-ISI 2024, Mexico City

IAOS-ISI 2024, Mexico City

Detailed programme

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New look at household and poverty data Challenges and innovations in data production Challenges and opportunities for studying international migration in North America Inter-American Statistical Institute (IASI) - IASI Session: Sampling and official statistics Governance and Trust Statistics matter! AI-based methods to characterize slums from Earth Observation data Recent Statistical Advances
Coffee break
Rethinking Official Statistics: lessons learned and new perspectives Improving statistical literacy - best practices and challenges The challenges of statistical production for climate change and disasters Geospatial data for a better future Using New and Emerging Technologies through the Lens of Improving Official Statistics Using new and innovative data sources for transport statistics and indicators Opportunities for Expanded Statistical Organization Contributions to Evidence-Building and Evaluation
Plenary Session
Keynote Address by
Mariana Kotzeva, Eurostat
Coffee break
Application of AI and Data Science techniques Better understanding of Demographic and Migration statistics Towards enhancing the accuracy and relevance of statistics Modeling Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean Building a Global Conceptual Framework on Citizen Data Official Statistics and Data Science in the Fourth Industrial Era Asseclass="viewok"ssment of the impact of social phenomena using statistics
IAOS Young Statistician Prize Session
Official Dinner


Date Session Time Place
May 14, 2024 Seminar “Integración de fuentes de datos y estadísticas oficiales” organized by ECLAC and INEGI (By invitation only), Concept Note 9:30-17:00 Sala INEGI
May 15, 2024 Meeting of the SJIAOS Editorial Board (Closed) 12:30-14:00 Room TBC
May 16, 2024 IAOS General Assembly (Closed) 8:00-9:00 Room TBC
IAOS ExCo Meeting (Closed) 12:30-14:00 Room TBC
IS and Official Statistics: How the Geographic Approach is being applied in Official Statistics and impacting the Data Value Chain (Open) 12:30- 14:00 Room TBC
May 17, 2024 Special Session on Indigenous Data Rights and the Ethical Obligations of Statistics Practitioners (Open), Concept Note 12:30-14:00 Room TBC


Visit the poster showcase on the 4th floor!

Poster name Authors
Adjusting Sample Weights to Integers: Effects on Mean and Variance Estimators in Simple Random Sampling Alberto Manuel Padilla
Analyzing Nationwide Urban Service Accessibility for Women through Computational Analysis Alejandra Figueroa
Citizen Science and VGI to integrate and improve the scale and disaggregation of data related to GBV on mapping focus groups, case: street harassment Sandra Hernandez-Zetina
Determining Levels of Health Literacy in South Africa: Evidence from the Demographic and Health Survey 2016 Thembelihle Luthuli
ESG Criteria to produce integrated sustainability statistics Paola Casciotti
Enhance Participation in Survey Hui Yi Yeo
Evaluation of the quality of mortality information before and during the Covid-19 pandemic: Mexico 2000-2021 Leslie Guzman
Factors associated with Women’s timing of first antenatal care visit during their last pregnancy: Evidence from 2016 Uganda demographic health survey Rebecca Namyalo
Georeferenced Traffic Accidents Carlo Rodrigo López Carbajal & Antonio Román Cruz Martínez
Impact of access to sustainable energy and cooking solutions: Does it change people’s lives? Ole Sandvik
Institutional arrangements to strengthen administrative data: The case of performance contracting in Kenya and Uganda Sarah Omache
NSOs in a Data-Rich World: Capacity Building, Data Dissemination, and Statistical Literacy Kabeli Mefane
Namibia Statistical System Standard for measuring “Leave No One Behind” Otja Tjipetekera
Prevalence of Respiratory Syncytial Virus in children with influenza-like illness symptoms from selected hospitals in Uganda Elizabeth Nampewo
Statistical and geographical Information Infrastructure Juan Eduardo Rioja Romo
Statistical literacy: It’s all in the communication Sofi Nickson
The role of using the new technologies and programs in improving the quality of official statistical data (comparative study) Abdulla Fathi
Trends and correlates of sexually transmitted infections among sexually active Ugandan female youths: Case: 2006-2016 (Uganda demographic surveys) Irene Nakazzi
Unlocking Economic Insights: Enhancing GRDP Predictions through Temporal Disaggregation Hilman Hanivan
Visualization of disaggregated annual economic activity from banking information Amado Esquer
  • The Short Courses will be held on May 14, 2024, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
  • During the event, a Registration & Information Desk will assist attendees from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • The programme overview is subject to change at any time

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