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Redatam workshop: Census data analysis and processing for the creation of sociodemographic indicators using Redatam

This course will deepen for a week on the definition of socio-demographic indicators and its statistical processing using the Redatam7 Process module.

7-11 May 2018 | Workshop

Detalles

Course language Spanish
Training method
Face-to-face course
Academic coordinator
  • Alejandra Silva
    Asistente de Programas
    alejandra.silva@cepal.org
    (56 2) 2210 2008
Institutions responsible
CELADE - División de Población
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
celade@cepal.org
(56 2) 2210 2726
Financing type
Enrolment
Fee
250$
Financing
Nota: El valor del curso anteriormente señalado no incluye los costos de movilización, alojamiento, ni alimentación. Estos son responsabilidad de los participantes o de las instituciones que los patrocinan

Description

Emphasis will be made to the processing and analysis of information from population and housing censuses and household surveys with priority in the generation of indicators in the following areas: education vulnerability, estimation on habitat deficit, specification of target groups (third age, adolescents, indigenous population) and their socio-demographic characteristics, migration and UBN estimation. Redatam7 will be used.

Date: From May 7th to 11th, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Place: The course will take place at ECLAC headquarters, CELADE-Population Division, Santiago, Chile. The course will be given in Spanish.

Costs:  The fee is US $ 250 dollars for each participant.

Note:  The fee does not include other costs such as transportation, lodging, food, etc.

Please confirm your interest by submitting the following form through the Internet, by e-mail to anita.miranda@cepal.org.  Address additional questions regarding the content of the workshop to alejandra.silva@cepal.org

7-11 May 2018
International
Sala Giorgio Mortara, CELADE
Santiago
Chile

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