09.00am to 09.10am CET - Welcome and Introduction
9.10am to 11.30am CET- Validation of the current tree structure within the section on violence
Although the visual interface of EIGE’s Gender Statistics Database is not finished yet, public access to the database is temporarily granted through the following link: http://beta-stat-1.eige.europa.eu/
We invite you to have a look at the tree structure within section on violence and discuss the following questions with you:
- Do you consider that the organizing principles taken for displaying statistics information reflect a comprehensive approach towards the need for statistics evidence in the area of violence against women (VaW)?
- Would it promote the improvement of data collection in this area?
- Which other aspects could be reflected in the proposed tree structure, namely under the heading “thematic areas”?
- Overall, is it intuitive? What do you miss from the tree structure?
11.30 - 13.00 CET - Challenges in harmonizing concepts, definitions and methodologies
- Which would be the best way to highlight concepts, methods and definitions that vary from country to country?
- Which functionalities should be allowed for extraction of data within this specific area of violence? E. g. EU maps, line charts, viewing graphs/charts/tables comparing the statistics of two or more countries.
- Should the user be allowed to extract data with the same functionalities as for the other areas where data is comparable?
- Should the extraction be limited per country? Allowing extractions of tables/graphs with countries side by side would imply possible comparability.
13.30 - 15.00 CET – Use of statistics for monitoring Victims’ Directive and Istanbul Convention
- Which additional entry points could be considered addressing current needs within the area of violence against women? (e.g. the need for Member States to monitor the implementation of the Istanbul or for reporting to the European Commission the implementation of the Victims’ directive could create the opportunity for a specific entry point in the database within the area of gender-based violence)
- Do you consider that EIGE’s project on developing a gender statistics database could promote the production of more quality statistics for the purpose of monitoring Victims’ Directive and Istanbul Convention?
· To what extent
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