About the event
Eurostat provides the European Union with official statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions. As such, it offers a whole range of important and interesting data that could be useful for you in your various roles as a researcher. At this workshop (which took place in Luxembourg 30 September and 1 October 2019) Eurostat sought to:
- learn more about the extent to which researchers already use European statistics for their research, teaching, social media posts, consultancy and expert opinions,
- discuss the statistical needs of researchers and how we could facilitate researchers' use of European statistics,
- present ways to access European statistics,
- offer the participants the opportunity to network with other researchers from across Europe.
Please check out the #ESiSoR tweets regarding the event at
Networking for participants
Workshop participants wishing to stay in touch and receive information from Eurostat concerning related events and initiatives might do so by clicking the "Request group membership" button above.
At a first stage, we intend to limit this facility to effective workshop participants. However, if you didn't have the opportunity to participate, please click "Request group membership" as well, and we might possibly proceed to widen the group membership.
EMOS labelling (1st application cut-off deadline 5 December 2019)
For those ESiSoR participants interested in the European Master in Official Statistics, and the opportunity to apply for the EMOS label, please refer to the permanently open call for applications at:
More on EMOS
What is EMOS: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/content/what-emos_en
List of EMOS currently labelled programmes: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/content/emos-labelled-universities_en
The Conferences of European Statistics Stakeholders (CESS)
The CESS conference series
The biennial conferences of European Statistics Stakeholders aims to bring together:
- official statistics methodologists and researchers
- official statistics producers, and
- users of official statistics
to discuss users needs, to share best practices in the production of official statistics, to present innovative ways of visualising and communicating statistics, and to advance new methodological ideas for collecting and analysing data.
Call for CESS 2020 abstracts (deadline 14 June 2020)
The 2020 Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders
takes place in Prague 29-30 September 2020. With its emphasis on users as one of the three stakeholder communities, it offers an excellent opportunty to researchers that are using European Statistics (or microdata) to deliver a presentation on their current use, as well as their needs for improvement. For further details, please refer to the CESS 2020 call for abstracts:
Programme and presentations
Please refer to the below links for the workshop programme and all presentation slides: