2016 EVENTS

Network Meeting of National Statistical Offices LEAVING NO CHILD BEHIND – Data on Children in Alternative Care, Geneva, 6-7 October 2016

6-7  Oct 2016,

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The primary purpose of the meeting is to enhance the quality of national data on key indicators of children’s well-being, in the spirit of the inclusive 2030 SDG agenda, with particular reference to the situation of children in alternative care.


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Agenda pdf pdf
List of partisipants pdf  
Final Report pdf pdf
Key background documents - Children in Alternative Care Data collection on children in alternative care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia pdf pdf
All children count but not all children are counted pdf pdf
Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children pdf pdf
Moving Forward - Implementing the Guidelines pdf pdf
Who cares for children - English pdf  
Key background documents - SDG monitoring Report of the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators pdf pdf
CES Roadmap for the SDGs pdf  
Is every child counted? pdf  
Day 1, Chair: Jean-Claude Legrand    
SDGs - Leaving no child behind in Europe and Central Asia (ECA). Marie-Pierre Poirier, Regional Director, UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS    
Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children - views from the CRC Committee Benyam Dawit Mezmur, CRC Committee Chairperson    
Introduction to meeting objectives and agenda; presentation of participants Lori Bell, Regional M&E Advisor, UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS    
Regional update on child care system reform in ECA Jean-Claude Legrand, Senior Regional Child Protection Advisor, UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS    
TransMonEE Analysis - Children in Alternative Care Siraj Mahmudlu, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, UNICEF CEE/CIS Regional Office pdf  
Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children and its application: the importance of quality data Nigel Cantwell, Senior Consultant, Child Protection    
Summary of the discussions at the International Alternative Care Conference and implications for data Chrissie Gale, Centre for Excellence for Looking after Children in Scotland (CELCIS) pdf  
Tools and methods for Improved Monitoring of Children in Alternative Care Florence Martin, Director, Better Care Network pdf  
Country Analytical Reports (CARs) to TransMonEE on data systems related to children in alternative care Siraj Mahmudlu, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS pdf  
Summary of TransMonEE CARs on data on children in alternative care Helen Moestue, UNICEF Consultant / Save the Children US pdf  
Country experiences with improving the scope and sources of data on children in alternative care Moderated by Nigel Cantwell    
Ainur Dosanova, Chief expert, Statistics Committee of the Ministry of National Economy, Kazakhstan   pdf
Arzu Orujova, Chief Advisor of Social Statistic Department of the State Statistical Committee, Azerbaijan   pdf
Diana Topcic Rosenberg, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Social Policy and Youth, Croatia pdf  
Country experiences with improving data collection systems and intersectoriality Moderated by Chrissie Gale    
Mirjana Ognjanovic, Republic Institute for Social Protection, Serbia pdf  
Elena Shubochkina, Deputy Head of Division of the Department for Population and Healthcare Statistics of the Federal State Statistics Service, Russian Federation pdf pdf
Corneliu Tarus, Deputy Head of Family and Child Rights Protection Policies Department, Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family, Republic of Moldova   pdf
Further country exchange - Exchange on promising practices and suggestions for improvement Facilitated by Helen Moestue    
Summary of the day and closing remarks Jean-Claude Legrand    
Day 2, Chair: Lori Bell    
Update on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) indicators on children Lori Bell pdf  
CES Steering Group on Statistics for SDGs -and the role of the Swiss Federal Statistical Office in the implementation of the 2030 agenda in Switzerland Benjamin Rothen, Co-Chair, UNECE CES Steering Group on Sustainable Development Goals Statistics, and Deputy Head of the Unit of International Affairs, Swiss Federal Statistical Office pdf  
SDGs as an opportunity to strengthen national data systems on child rights monitoring Moderated by Lori Bell    
Kanykey Orozbaeva, Member of the Inter Agency Expert Group for the SDG Indicators, Head of Department of Sustainable Development and Environmental Statistics, National Statistical Committee, Kyrgyzstan pdf  
Majda Savicevic, Advisor for International Cooperation and European integration, National Statistics Office, Montenegro pdf  
Gurbangozel Charyyeva, Head of the Population and Demography Department, National Statistical Office, Turkmenistan    
Ciprian Buhusi, Head of Department, Control Body, National Authority of the Child and Adoption, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Protection and Elderly, Romania Cristina Avram, Expert, Department of Households and Social Protection Statistics, Directorate of Social Statistics, National Institute of Statistics of Romania Viorica Stefanescu, Child Rights System Monitoring Specialist, UNICEF in Romania pdf pdf
Building Capacity for Disaggregation: Washington Group/UNICEF survey module on child disability/functional limitations. Claudia Cappa Statistics and Monitoring Specialist, Data and Analytics Section, UNICEF NYHQ Tijana Comic, Head of SDGs and EU-SILC Unit of the Statistical Office, Republic of Serbia pdf  
TransMonEE Updates and plans iraj Mahmudlu    
Wrap-up and closure of the TransMonEE network meeting Lori Bell