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61st ISI World Statistics Congress 2017 - Marrakech, Morocco

  • The tentative programme for the WSC2017 is available. More>>
  • ISI Young Statisticians Workshop, YS-ISI2017. More>>
  • Register for the IFC-ISI Lunch time event at the WSC in Morocco. Theme: Central Banks and Statistical Offices – Partnership in sharing data for good statistics: Implementing the G20 recommendations on sharing and accessibility of granular data. Note date and time!
  • Register for the ISI-NSS Lunch time event at the WSC in Morocco. ‘ISI and NSSs - Partnerships for Statistical Development’ on 17 July 2017
  • Invitation to the WSC2017 Middle Eastern and ASIAN participants for a promotional event for the 62nd ISI World Statistics Congress in 2019. Note date and time!
  • ISI Satellite Meetings 2017
  • Administrative Meetings Schedule for ISI, Associations and Committees
  • Sponsors ISI 2017. The ISI and the Local Organisers are extremely grateful for the sponsors  of the WSC. Many activities and funding of participants from developing countries are made possible through their generous support.
  • Visit the ISI2017 website for the latest news.

Published 15 June 2017


ISI Strategy Discussions in Marrakech

The ISI Executive Committee (EC) has published the ISI Strategy 2017-2021.
During the ISI WSC in Marrakech, three ISI Strategic Priority Open Meetings will take place:

  1. How to encourage statistical communication and networking, particularly by exploiting the networking potential of WSCs? - Tuesday 18 July, lunch time.
  2. On which issues do we need a stronger public voice and which members wish to work on this? - Wednesday 19 July, lunch time.
  3. What should our focus on capacity building be and who should contribute to this? – Also, Wednesday 19 July, lunch time.

The EC invites ISI members and others interested, for an exchange of views on these topics. Keep an eye on the programme for venues.

Published 14 June 2017


Member News May 2017

Katherine Wallman to Receive 2017 Julius Shiskin Award. The award recognizes unusually original and important contributions in the development of economic statistics or in the use of statistics in interpreting the economy. More>>

Published 24 May 2017


In Memoriam

  • Professor Kurt Weichselberger
  • Professor Fred W. Steutel
  • Professor Em. Alastair J. Scott

Published 12 June 2017


IAOS News June 2017

  • Read about the upcoming 2017 IAOS General Assembly
  • Access the IAOS members newsletter and
  • The SJIAOS  June 2017 issue
  • A reminder not to miss the plenary lecture at the upcoming 2017 Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM)
  • Information about the Fifth European Establishment Statistics Workshop (EESW17)

Published 14 June 2017


IASC News June 2017

The elections for IASC Officers (2017-2019) were conducted from 11 April to 11 May 2017. Twelve IASC members have been elected as Officers for 2017-2019. More>>

Published 14 June 2017


IASE News June 2017

Professor K. Laurence Weldon receives the 2017 Distinguished Service Award from the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC). More>>

Published 15 June 2017


IASS News June 2017

  • Read about the Great IASS sponsored conferences in 2017
  • Send your contribution to the July issue of The Survey Statistician

Published 14 June 2017


ISBIS News June 2017

On 7-9 June 2017, ISBIS held a conference at the IBM Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York, US. There were 136 attendees, mostly from the information technology industries, and ISBIS feels it was a great success. For a long time we have wanted to attract younger colleagues, more diverse members, and data scientists whose skills are driving modern business and industry. This time it worked, and we hope to continue the trend next year at our conference in Athens, Greece, on 4-6 July 2018.

Published 14 June 2017


ISLP News June 2017

The Best Cooperative Project Competition (2017) is awarded every two years, in recognition of outstanding, innovative, and influential statistical literacy projects that affect a broad segment of the general public arising from cooperation between different types of institutions, such as national statistical offices, schools, statistical societies, media, libraries, etc. To qualify, projects should be current, make their resources freely available, have statistically sound content and involve cooperation between at least two institutions that would not usually work closely together. More>>

Published 14 June 2017


News from the Inter-American Statistical Institute (IASI)

Read about the latest news from the IASI in the June 2017 newsletter.

Published 14 June 2017



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