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Open Working Group Informal meeting on measuring progress
17 Dec 2013
Trusteeship Council, UNHQ
The OWG will hold an informal meeting on "Measuring progress" on 17 December 2013, at United Nations Headquarters. In the context of framing goals and targets, the aim is to share with the members of the OWG and other Member States the relevant expertise and experience of the statistical community. The meeting will discuss experiences gained in the MDG monitoring and implementation, in the context of the post-2015 development agenda, including a set of SDGs. The meeting will also consider the implications for monitoring and measurement of proposals on goals and targets.
Statements & Presentations

Number of statements/presentations: 11

Introduction
Session 1 - Lessons learned from the monitoring of the MDGs and Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs)
Session 2 - Review of existing proposals and their statistical requirements
A statistical framework for measuring sustainable development - Relevance for SDGs and post-2015 design?
Rutger Hoekstra (Statistics Netherlands), Chair of the UNECE/Eurostat/OECD Task Force on Measuring Sustainable Development
Examining data needs - perspectives and assessments
Peter Harper (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
Session 3 - Roadmap for measurement
Roadmap for a monitoring framework for the post-2015 development agenda
Gabriella Vukovich (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Chair of the Statistical Commission