Counting the population: the 2021 Census and beyond


The census is a key part of the national data infrastructure, and is valued by social researchers, government and the private sector. The Royal Statistical Society has announced that a meeting will take place on Thursday 1st May where plans for the 2021 Census will be discussed, as well as future plans. All are invited to attend.

Sir Andrew Dilnot, Chair of the Statistics Authority, and Ian Cope, Director, Population and Demography Statistics at the Office for National Statistics will be speaking. The meeting will be chaired by John Pullinger, President of the Royal Statistical Society.

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