Census 2011 – Census Talk

The Office for National Statistics have published the latest edition of Census Talk. Published quarterly, it features the latest news and information about the preparations and plans for the 2011 Census in England and Wales.

The Autumn edition of Census Talk launches with less than four months to go before census day, 27 March 2011.

The spotlight continues on the recruitment campaign, with the latest round of census co-ordinator, census collector and special enumerator roles attracting thousands of quality applicants. The mysteries of ‘special enumeration’ are revealed, and how this work is vital in making sure the 2011 Census includes all those people who do not live in households, but in communal establishments of all shapes and sizes – from boarding schools, caravan parks and marinas to prisons, military camps, hospitals and care homes.

Contents

  • Recruitment is go
  • Census independent review under way
  • From the communal to the unusual
  • Community action
  • Census competition helps celebrate British diversity
  • Census pilots help guarantee quality statistics
  • www.census.gov.uk gets interactive
  • Census methodology tutorials

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