Learn about the ONS and the 2021 Census

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The Census is a once a decade survey of the UK population. It provides detailed information and statistics that drive future decisions and the direction of the country.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is responsible for the census in England and Wales, and their challenge is to get it right. The right questions, the right technology, the right numbers at the end.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from ONS colleagues sharing their plans for the 2021 Census – how the questions are evolving to reflect changes in society, how the Census is moving online and how they need to work with partners – government, community groups and the public to make 2021 Census a success.

You will:

  • learn about the new technologies for census data collection
  • get an understand of how Census data can be used to influence policy making
  • learn more about the relationship between ONS and the rest of the Civil Service
  • learn how you can play a part in Census 2021 

When: Wednesday 22nd May

Where: Apex Court, City Link, Nottingham

Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm

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  1. Comment by Emma posted on

    Hi, trying to book a place and the link isn't working. Is this now full?

  2. Comment by Ross Pendrey posted on

    How about this event coming to Scotland - or doesn't Scotland count for anyone there? As someone who distributed Census surveys in 1991 and 2001, I would be interested in a presentation on this, but it would need to be in Scotland, or perhaps northernmost England for any realistic prospect of me getting to any session...