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Code of Good Practice in Statistics for Latin America and the Caribbean and compliance with the Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics
Celso Furtado Conference Room
Official statistics are based on a set of principles that ensure they are unbiased, relevant and accurate, which are essential characteristics for building user confidence and gaining recognition as a public good. The recent update of the Code of Good Practice in Statistics for Latin America and the Caribbean provides an opportunity to discuss its application in changing data ecosystems and the usefulness of peer review mechanisms for assessing compliance.
- Rocío Miranda, Statistics Division of ECLAC
- Piedad Urdinola, DANE of Colombia
- Antonio Salcedo, Antonio Salcedo, National Statistics Institute (INE) of Spain
- Diego Aboal, National Institute of Statistics (INE) of Uruguay