Welcome to the UNECE Census Wiki. This is the new place where , where you can find information and material related to the population and housing censuses in the UNECE region is located, and where interactive services are available for registered users.
2010 Round of Population and Housing Censuses - Forms and other information: A table presenting information and material (such as census forms, papers and reports) on the population and housing censuses of the 2010 round in the member countries of the UNECE.
NEW! Papers from May 2012 UNECE-Eurostat expert meetings and June 2012 CES plenary session added to the table (13 July 2012)Papers on census methodology in the UNECE region : A selection of papers on census methodologyLAST UPDATES:
1 April 2015: Updated links and added new material (Malta, Montenegro, Portugal, Rep. of Moldova, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Turkmenistan)
31 March 2015: Updated links and added new material (Albania, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Lithuania, Luxembourg)
12 March 2015: Added new links (United States); updated links (Liechtenstein)
UNECE publications and papers on census methodology and related issues: A selection of UNECE papers and publications, with reference in particular to the 2010 round of censuses in the UNECE region.
We plan to add in the future additional LAST UPDATE:
NEW (17 April 2015): Added article "Censuses: Current Approaches and Methods" (access restricted to registered users)
23 January 2015: Added paper "The Modern Census: Evolution, Examples and Evaluation"
NEW: Draft Conference of European Statisticians Recommendations for the 2020 Censuses of Population and Housing (version 4 March 2015), available for consultation
Additional content and interactive services are available for registered users .In the meantime, we invite you to visit also the census accredited by National Statistical Institutes or Census Agencies in their respective countries.
More information and material on population and housing is available on the following web pages on the UNECE website:
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