Bratislava, 24 October 2016

Migration

The first Round Table took place on 24 October 2016 in Bratislava (Slovakia) on the topic of migration. Experts from Europe and the United States discussed the main issues concerning migration together with experts and high‑level representatives of from various services of the European Commission. The round table was opened by the Deputy Director General of Eurostat, Ms. Mariana Kotzeva.

Madrid, 6 December 2016

Globalisation

The second Round Table, which addressed globalisation, took place on 6 December 2016 in Madrid (Spain). Experts from Europe and the United States and high level representatives from various services of the European Commission discussed currently unmet needs for data to inform policies, major trends of globalisation and new information needs arising from these trends.

Rome, 2 February 2017

New Economic and Business Models

The third Round Table in the Power from Statistics project dealt with new economic and business models. It took place on 2 February 2017 in Rome (Italy). Experts from Europe and the United States and high‑level representatives of various services of the European Commission discussed unmet needs for data to inform policies, major trends in innovative business models and new information needs arising from these trends.

Paris, 28 March 2017

Sustainable Development

The fourth Round Table in the Power from Statistics project, entitled Sustainable Evidence for Sustainable Development, took place on 28 March 2017 in Paris (France). Experts from throughout Europe, together with high level representatives of various services of the European Commission, discussed unmet needs for data to inform policies, major trends in sustainable development and new information needs related to sustainability.

Frankfurt, 24 April 2017

Statistics, Science and Society

The fifth and final Round Table in the Power from Statistics project dealt with modern statistics rooted in a scientific tradition to serve society. It took place on 24 April 2017 in Frankfurt (Germany). Experts from Europe and the United States, together with colleagues of Eurostat and the European Political Strategy Centre, discussed major trends and new information needs in modern statistics.