The aim of this debate organised by the IAOS Krakow Working Group is to exchange views on how Official statistics are currently engaging with users, how they address the issue of data and statistics misuse and whether they should take up new tasks to bring more value to users in the context of increased diversification of providers of data and statistics.
The IAOS, as an independent association that is not bound by a specific institutional mandate, brings together a diversity of actors from the data ecosystem and is thus well placed to facilitate exchange of views, advance possible solutions and add specific value to make progress on these issues.
This conversation is part of a series that will provide inputs for recommendations, in particular as regards trust, misuse and ethics, that the IAOS will present at a later stage. These recommendations should be for the benefit of all the actors in the data-ecosystem that aim to contribute to quality information for the common good.
For more details about the second debate, please see a concept note.
If you wish to view the recording, please click here.