The PARIS21 Fall Meetings 2022 convened members of the PARIS21 board  and key development stakeholders to reflect on what we have accomplished over the past year, where we want to go in 2023 and beyond, and how we can continue to work together to deliver greater impact.

image states PARIS21 fall meetings, showcase good examples, discuss common challenges, collective learning, gain feedback from board members

What happened at the meeting

  • The Progress Report 2022 outlined how PARIS21 continues to help governments to improve the use and production of statistics as the backbone for evidence-based decision-making and in support of the 2030 Agenda.
  • During the event, PARIS21 launched the Partner Report on Support to Statistics 2022. With the report highlighting an unprecedented decline in funding for data and statistics, participants discussed solutions to ensure smarter investments and make existing funds go further.
  • Initiatives such as the Bern Network and the Clearinghouse for financing development data were highlighted by donors and partner countries as key in increasing both, knowledge and dialogue about financing for data and statistics.
  • In 2023, the PARIS21’s programme of work will continue to support our key impact areas in order to build stronger national statistical systems and ensure the delivery of better data for better lives for all.

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Find out more about the regional meetings

Communicating statistics in a changing media landscape, Asunción, Paraguay
video | event details

Promoting inclusive data governance, Bangkok, Thailand
video | event details

Building coherent climate data reporting, Santiago, Chile
video | event details

Mainstreaming gender data for better gender equality, Dakar, Senegal
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