The Guidance proposes indicators and survey questions and methodological advice for data collection and dissemination in four areas: paid and unpaid work, health, violence against women, and the digital gender divide.
This site contains information on plans and practices of UNECE countries for the censuses of the 2020 round, such as census reference date, whether the census is traditional, register-based, combined or rolling, the use of internet responses and electronic devices.
The module contains survey questions and technical guidelines for comparable poverty measurement in countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. An update reflecting the pandemic context was provided in 2021. Available in English and Russian.
The module contains survey questions for comparable measurement of migration and remittances in countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. Available in English and Russian.
GSBPM describes and defines the set of business processes needed to produce official statistics. It provides a standard framework and harmonized terminology to help organisations to modernize their statistical production processes, as well as to share methods and components. The document describes the latest version of GSBPM.
The Guidelines intend to give NSOs, interested in internally implementing a risk management system, a reference based on the practices developed within the UNECE organisations and containing some key features: effective development, sustainability (in terms of resources and complexity), alignment with change management processes.
This publication provides good practice guidelines in the areas of brand and reputation management, marketing, and crisis communication for statistical organisations. It is based on the combined experience of communications experts across the international statistical community and is intended to provide support and guidance to others working in this field.