Conference of the Migration Statistics User Forum

 
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Wednesday 21 September 2016, 10:30am - 04:30pm

 
Location Home Office HQ, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF

This day event has been designed to appeal to a wide range of users of international migration statistics and relates to the Migration Statistics User Forum’s aims to provide a forum for discussion of international migration statistics and to enable users to discuss their needs and use of data and for producers to consult on presentation and changes. It starts with presentations on new developments by the main data providers, followed by user presentations.

We would wish to acknowledge that some expenses for this event are funded by the Home Office.

PROGRAMME
Welcome                                                  
JON SIMMONS (Head of Migration & Border Analysis MBA - Home Office) 10.30-10.40                
MORNING SESSION WITH PRODUCERS OF STATISTICS
CHAIRED BY CHRIS KERSHAW (Migration Statistics, MBA)

New developments and new data, covering work in progress and future plans, for HO Migration Statistics    10.40-11.20
Chris Kershaw and Amy Everton (Migration Statistics, MBA)                 

Presentation on new developments and future plans for data and publications, including work on reconciling sources   11.20-12.00
Dean Jathoonia and Nicola Rogers (Office for National Statistics)

DWP NINo statistics and HMRC data, including further exploration of administrative data     12.00-12.40
Russ Bentley (DWP), Paul Lanser (HMRC) and Joanna Harkrader (ONS)

LUNCH   12.40-13.40
CHAIRED BY JOHN SALT (University College London)

Impact of migration on population characteristics   13.40-14.20
Paul Vickers and Neil Park (Office for National Statistics)

Latest statistics on asylum and resettled persons, by local authority  14.20-14.35           
Amy Everton (Migration Statistics, MBA)

Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme – the Camden experience     14.35-14.50
Michael Webb (Camden Council)

Comfort break   14.50-15.05

Densification, displacement and the relation between migrant flows and housing occupation in London and the South East 15.05-15.45
Ian Gordon (London School of Economics)

Panel discussion with presenters to cover current migration statistics issues  15.45-16.20

Round up to close at 16.30

There is no booking fee but to request a place you need to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., giving your full name, address, daytime contact number, email address (if not the email used) and affiliation. Please also provide any special dietary requirements. Buffet lunch and refreshments will be provided. Joining instructions will be provided closer to the date.

 

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Organiser Name Statistics User Forum

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Organising Group(s) Migration Statistics User Forum, Statistics User Forum

 

 

 

 

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