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ONS - Leaving No-one Behind - Data in Action - Esri UK Annual Conference 2018

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ONS - Leaving No-one Behind - Data in Action - Esri UK Annual Conference 2018

The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda includes a principle that “nobody gets left behind”. This puts a strong geographic emphasis on the 200+ statistical indicators that each country needs to produce in monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals and increases the need to bring together geospatial data and statistics. To improve this integration, the UN Statistics Division is piloting the Esri platform in a number of countries to look at how this platform could be used to improve statistical reporting at the national level and global reporting at the UN level. This session looks at how ONS and Esri UK are working together to improve the geographic coding of statistical indicators, the spatial analysis of sustainable development data and the geographic functionality of the existing national reporting platform for sustainable development. Learn more about the project, the unique approach taken by the UK, and the global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda includes a principle that “nobody gets left behind”. This puts a strong geographic emphasis on the 200+ statistical indicators that each country needs to produce in monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals and increases the need to bring together geospatial data and statistics. To improve this integration, the UN Statistics Division is piloting the Esri platform in a number of countries to look at how this platform could be used to improve statistical reporting at the national level and global reporting at the UN level. This session looks at how ONS and Esri UK are working together to improve the geographic coding of statistical indicators, the spatial analysis of sustainable development data and the geographic functionality of the existing national reporting platform for sustainable development. Learn more about the project, the unique approach taken by the UK, and the global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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ONS - Leaving No-one Behind - Data in Action - Esri UK Annual Conference 2018

  1. 1. Ian Coady Head of Geospatial Policy, Research and International Office for National Statistics
  2. 2. Leaving no-one behind: Using the Esri platform to report on sustainable development Ian Coady Office for National Statistics @iancoady
  3. 3. UNITED NATIONS 193 MEMBERS 17 GOALS 169 TARGETS 232 INDICATORS 2030 AGENDA GLOBAL NATIONAL REGIONAL REPORTING ON PROGRESS “LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND” PEOPLE PLANET PROSPERITY PEACE PARTNERSHIP
  4. 4. BILL & MELINDA GATES RICHARD CURTIS VICTORIA BECKHAM JAMIE OLIVER DANIEL CRAIG DAVINA McCALL FOREST WHITAKER SHAKIRA JUDE LAW JAMIE CULLUM SADIQ KHAN JENNIFER LOPEZ
  5. 5. The Goals Poverty Hunger Health Education Gender Water Energy Economy Industry Inequality Cities Consumption Climate Oceans Nature Justice Partnership
  6. 6. TARGETS – EXAMPLE GOAL 13: CLIMATE ACTION
  7. 7. INDICATORS – EXAMPLE GOAL 13: CLIMATE ACTION
  8. 8. UK DATA The SDG Team IDENTIFYING COLLECTING DEVELOPING REPORT UK PROGRESS INFORMED DECISIONS WHAT WORKING LIAISING COORDINATING EFFORTS OFFICIAL DATA INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES EXPLORING NON-OFFICIAL DATA DEVELOPING GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS WITH GSS NEW DATA SOURCES & METHODS REPORTING PLATFORM REPORTS
  9. 9. The Geography Team + Data Science Campus + Big Data Team + Natural Capital Team + Public Policy Analysis Team GEOGRAPHY POLICY AND STANDARDS GEOGRAPHY RESEARCH AND DESIGN MAPPING and SPATIAL ANALYSIS SPATIAL DATA – DESIGN AND DELIVERY DISSEMINATION, INTEGRATION & OUTREACH Not alone in supporting SDGs Thought Leadership
  10. 10. Disaggregated Data INCOMERACE INDICATORS REQUIRE GENDER GEOGRAPHY ETHNICITY AGE DISABILITY
  11. 11. United Nations Global Database Office for National Statistics Government Departments Devolved Administrations Custodian Agencies Data Reporting
  12. 12. United Nations Global Database Office for National Statistics Government Departments Devolved Administrations Custodian Agencies Data Reporting
  13. 13. Esri/UN Statistics Division Research Project: A federated reporting system for SDGs
  14. 14. Esri Research – Phase 1 Ireland, Mexico, Senegal, Philippines, Qatar and South Africa Deploy a limited number of National SDG Data Hubs that are “country owned and country led” Deploy a Global UN SDG Data Hub for the SDG indicator framework Improve data integration and interoperability from a wide range of by understanding and resolving differences between national and global data Develop and pilot a scalable “system-of-systems” approach applicable to all countries wishing to participate
  15. 15. Esri Research – Phase 2 Kick off meeting (23-25 Oct 17, Washington DC) United Kingdom, Morocco, Kenya, Tanzania, Brazil, Colombia, Canada and Palestine Member State Presentations on SDG Reporting Strategies & Priorities Breakout sessions on Initial Inventory and Data Upload and Initializing Open Data Introduction to Story Maps Roadmap to Implementation / Resource Requirements
  16. 16. Project Scope Geo-enable existing SDG data within the National Reporting Platform Get data down to lower geographic levels Produce data/analysis (9.1.1, 11.3.1 and 11.7.1) and story mapping (3.9.1 and 11.6.2) for selected SDG indicators Integrate Esri geospatial functionality into the UK National Reporting Platform Produce an ‘explainer’ article setting out why geospatial data is important to the SDGs and what some of the complexities are
  17. 17. Building Geospatial Capability Set up geospatial infrastructure Training in geospatial principles Training in geospatial infrastructure Project scoping Regular catch-ups on geospatial
  18. 18. Geospatial Hub
  19. 19. Earth Observation
  20. 20. SOUTHAMPTON BOURNEMOUTH PORTSMOUTH BRIGHTON & HOVE
  21. 21. Next steps Geo-enable existing SDG data within the National Reporting Platform Get data down to lower geographic levels Produce data/analysis and story mapping for selected SDG indicators Integrate Esri geospatial functionality into the UK National Reporting Platform Produce an ‘explainer’ article setting out why geospatial data is important to the SDGs and what some of the complexities are Report to the World Data Forum in October 2018
  22. 22. Thank you Ian Coady ONS @ONSGeography

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