Identifying Data Needs:. User-Producer Collaboration. Workshop on Household Surveys and Measurement of Labour Force with Focus on Informal Economy Maseru, Lesotho, 14-18 April 2008. Overview. Introduction Benefits of user-producer collaboration Scope of user-producer collaboration
Workshop on Household Surveys and Measurement of Labour Force with Focus on Informal Economy
Maseru, Lesotho, 14-18 April 2008
Common problems faced by data producers
Effective user-producer collaboration requires
Data production process
Policy and decision makers
International organizations, development partners, bilateral aid agencies
National, sub-national associations
Regional and international organizations
Trainings, conferencesIdentify key users
Aware of gender issues
Not aware of gender issues
Not trained in
Not trained in
National statistical offices
EnterprisesBringing producers to the table
Consider those inside and outside your unit within your institution and in other institutions
Key: keep continuous communication with a diverse user base through multiple channels
Has your NSO identified key labour issues and gender issues in the labour market for which statistics are needed that you are currently working on?
Is there a focal point, unit, desk, or advisory, steering, or working group on gender statistics in your NSO?
User-producer collaboration to identify key issues in labour market or gender issues in labour market for which data are needed.
Degree of interaction with National Women’s Machinery
Collaboration with other institutions