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D-N on this page. The countries include Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, FAO, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, ISI, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macao, Republic of Mauritius, The Netherlands, New Zealand and Nicaragua.
A-C which includes Argentina, Republic of Armenia, Australia, Austria, Republic of Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada and Cyprus.
O-Z which includes OECD, Philippines, Portugal, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, UNSIAP, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, UNECE, UNESCO and United States of America.
Note: This web page only contains descriptions of formal training programs, learning materials projects and other efforts developed by national and international statistical offices. They are listed here in alphabetical order by country. Other statistical literacy efforts and projects of these organizations are described on the ISLP (Int. Stat. Literacy Project) page. There is more information at International Association for Official Statistics (IAOS).
The papers and presentations from the 2004 Joint Statistical Meetings Invited Session sponsored by IASE on "Training of Government Statisticians" are also a good source of information on official statistics.
Statistics Denmark gives a short (1 to 2 days) course to Journalism students at the three Danish universities that offer a degree in Journalism. Statistics Denmark conducts 1-day courses in the use of the statistical database. There are courses for internal as well as external users. Course are also offered to the University teachers. Statistics Denmark conducts staff courses in Descriptive and theoretical Statistics at two levels: Basic and advanced. Half day introduction courses in specific statistical topics are offered to schools.
For more information visit StatBank Denmark.
Dirección General de Estadística y Censos entonces “Publicación DIGESTYC” y “Encuesta de Hogares...” (in Spanish). Producen una publicación popular de la Encuesta de Hogares de Propósitos Múltiples. Esta publicación impresa se orienta a estudiantes de bachillerato y nivel medio, así como a la población no familiarizada con el uso de estadísticas. La publicación es un libro de texto impreso a colores. Próximamente se agregará una versión en blanco y negro para que los niños puedan pintar la publicación. El libro a color o en blanco y negro se podrá bajar de Internet en formato PDF. Translation: They produce a publication for the public of the Household Survey from Multiple Perspectives. This printed publication is oriented towards undergraduate and secondary school students, since these populations are not familiar with the use of statistics. The publication is a text printed in color. In the near future, they add a version in black and white so that children can color in the publication. The book in color or in black and white will be available to be downloaded from the Internet in a PDF format.
Koolinurk (in Estonian)
The aim of Koolinurk is to introduce statistics in a simpler form, as well as possibilities for using it. It is mainly for pupils in secondary schools, but is also useful to teachers. Koolinurk helps people to understand the essence of statistical indicators, principal methods and concepts of statistics. It also provides fresh statistics and guides pupils in how to use statistics. The presented data are just a selection of those being constantly updated. Most relevant annual data have been presented on the country as a whole and by counties. On the basis of nine indicators one county can be compared to the similar indicators on the whole of Estonia. Koolinurk provides an overview of the socio-economic life of European countries. Statistics discussing youth aged 15-24 have been presented separately, providing information on studying, employment, crime, etc. The Statistical Office tries to bring statistics closer to pupils and developed Koolinurk in co-operation with schools.
The training course for users of statistics aims to teach the users of statistics how to individually find necessary statistical information on the website, in the databases, statistical publications and news releases. Another purpose of the training course is to inform users about the official statistics production principles and of essential changes related to the use or methodological development of statistics. Statistics Estonia provides training courses for individuals, representatives of institutions, enterprises and organisations. Information about the training programmes is available on the website.
In order to modernise Eurostat’s dissemination, Eurostat has developed a dissemination system called 'Statistics Explained' . It is a new way of publishing European statistics, explaining what they really mean, what is behind the figures and how they can be of use, in an easily understandable language. Numerous hyperlinks allow for easy navigation.
Statistics Explained looks similar to Wikipedia and it therefore easy to use. However, other than Wikipedia, information can only be updated by Eurostat staff, thus insuring the authenticity and reliability of the content.
Be aware that Statistics Explained works similarly to a publication and therefore does not always contain the very latest data. The latest data can be accessed through hyperlinks available in each statistical article.
From today (Aug 11,2009) on, Statistics Explained is open to a limited public as a beta-version. The general opening, still as a beta version, is planned for September 2009. Feel free to send your comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Statistics Finland offers a comprehensive learning program, which has been developed for individual use and classroom use. The main customer groups are teachers, public sector and private enterprises.
The eCourse in Statistics’ ( in English and in Finnish) main purpose is usage skills of statistics via Statistics Finland’s Internet site. It is offered free of charge and has a total of five study modules on different statistical topics via the Internet. The material is, however, much more general and useful to anyone using the Internet to look at statistics including secondary students studying Mathematics and the Social Sciences and adult learners. eCourse in Statistics contains versatile information on statistics; it makes the basic concepts of statistics familiar and explains the backgrounds of statistical research as well as how statistical data can be used. On eCourse in Statistics one can learn about the basics of statistical thinking and how to read and use statistics. Other subjects that can be studied include demographics, national accounts and indices. eCourse in Statistics also offers instructions and hints for searching for statistical information. The study materials requires no prior statistical knowledge. The material intended for self-study includes exercises and examples of actual statistical data. Some of the materials are currently being translated into English. For more information contact: Ms Reija Helenius at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tools for Learners ( in Finnish and in English) pages contain e-learning resources, statistics classified by subject and statistical services which can be used in teaching various subjects and to support the management of educational institutions. The pages also contain news on events and other current issues in the field of teaching.
The Tools for Learners can be used by comprehensive schools, upper secondary general schools, vocational institutions, polytechnics and universities alike. The pages can benefit teachers, students, headmasters and those engaged in the planning and developing of teaching. The contents and structure of the Tools for Learners pages can be explored from the links in the bar on the left hand side. The pages are open for everyone and registration is not required.
The National Statistics Office, in close cooperation with the University of Hagen (Germany) and with Statistics Finland, has prepared eCourse in Statistics with the clear objective of fostering statistical literacy amongst the local as well as the international community of statistical users. Although this course is primarily intended for young adults attending post-secondary and the first years of tertiary education, special care has been taken to write the chapters in common everyday language that can also be understood by the occasional users of statistics.
The Statistics Division organizes seminars, workshops and training courses for statisticians to discuss problems member countries face in developing their agricultural statistics systems, to provide training to technical staff in statistical methods and to help FAO to maintain its statistical databases. These programs are sometimes undertaken by FAO in conjunction with other international organizations such as the World Bank. Manuals prepared by the Division can be seen here.
Website offers direct links to national schools of statistics that have training programs aimed at training official statisticians.
Pénombre (in French) “aims at promoting discussion between experts in data production and a variety of ‘consumers’: administrative and political decision-makers, journalists, teachers, and concerned citizens.” (Quoted from a brochure in English given out at ISI Biennial Session in 2001.)
This website (in French) describes the activities of the SFdS in terms of statistics education. Also it has links to other websites in French and English.
Website on Importance of Statistics and Careers in Statistics (in French).
Statistix is a project associated with the french “Académie de sciences” and “Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique”. The website Statistix is aimed at providing teachers of primary or secondary schools with various educational resources in the field of probability and statistics.
The German Federal Statistical Office publishes its free online information service “Methods - Approaches - Developments” in English twice a year. The publication provides information about current and planned application of new methods and approaches in official federal statistics. It also describes important international - in particular European - developments in the area of official statistics, the activities of statistical institutions, statistics-related events, and recent statistical and methodological books.
If you are interested in reading this publication regularly, you may join its mailing list for free of charge by sending an email to email@example.com.
These websites ( in English and in Chinese) provides links to wide variety of materials including some on the basics of official statistics and a statistical literacy program with electronic versions of educational booklets/leaflets. Here is a direct link to the booklets/leaflets. These booklets/leaflets cover a number of topics and can be downloaded (PDF format).
The Census and Statistics Department has also organized a variety of free lectures and other activities including:
For Secondary School Students – organizing talks on general statistics knowledge, publishing newspaper articles aimed directly at these students, and holding familiarization visits to the Department. There is more information at Students' Corner.
For Secondary School Teachers – organizing talks on specific statistical topics (e.g., national income statistics, survey methods). Further, they compiled a kit “Living With Statistics” (in both Chinese and English) to facilitate teaching of basic statistical concepts. Hardcopies were sent to all secondary schools for free. They also prepared a kit “Classroom Promotion Programme for the 2001 Population Census” for classroom use to enable secondary school students to have a better understanding of the census and enlist their support for it. The kit contained a videotape, teacher’s manual, reference materials and bookmarks for the students and was produced in both English and Chinese.
For Post-Secondary Students – organizing lectures on various topics, holding familiarization visits to the Department, and participated in civil service career talks and exhibitions For Civil Servants–organizing general statistics courses with emphasis on official statistics and conducting of surveys and customized statistical courses as needed
For Media Workers – organizing both general and specialized talks and organized press conferences/briefings on interpretation of statistics which involve more complicated concepts
For General Public – producing pamphlets to promote better understanding of definitions and uses of official statistics, prepared a series of articles for TV/radio, and helped to organize a formal evening course on “Hong Kong Statistics for Business” that is offered twice a year.
All of these activities and materials are free to the user except the formal evening course on “Hong Kong Statistics for Business”. For more information on any of above, please contact Ms Agnes Lo, Senior Statistician (General) 2, Census and Statistics Department, 21/F Wanchai Tower, 12 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China. email:firstname.lastname@example.org
An article "The Role of Official Statistics Agencies in the Promotion of Statistical Literacy Among Students" by Frederick W. H. Ho from Proceedings of the ISI Biennial Session in 2005 describes some of the above activities in more detail.
Annually, since 1986, the Statistical Project Competition for Secondary School Students is held with the aim of promoting students’ interest in statistics, which in turn helps encourage them to study and understand the proper use of statistics and statistical methods. Many of the Society’s members actively assist in the organization and adjudication of the competition.
The SRC ( in Persian and in English) offers training courses in the areas of Official Statistics: General Issues, Official Statistics: Economic Statistics, Official Statistics: Social Statistics, Data Collection and Survey Methodology; Applied Statistical Analysis, Statistical Information Systems, Publication and Dissemination in Statistics, and Management. For more information contact Farshid Khanzadeh, No. 52, Shahid Fakouri St., BabaTaher St., Fatemi Ave., Tehran 17137 17911 Iran.
Most statistical topics can be found from Students’ Corner. The topics can be studied through a question and answer process. The style of presentation is mostly aimed at secondary level students.
“Census 2002 is an activity-based series of lessons for Primary Schools. The aim of the series is to enable children to understand the importance of conducting a census and to develop the knowledge and skills that they will need to participate actively and responsibly in their own community. ... Lessons and activities are aimed at class levels from Infants to Sixth Class [ages 5 to 12].” (Copied from website.) The lessons are available both in PDF and HTML versions.
Anonymised micro-data files from major household surveys (Household Budget Survey, Quarterly National Household Survey, and Census of Population) are made available for free, for academic and non-profit research, via the Irish Social Science Data Archive based in University College Dublin. ISSDA also has datasets such as School Leavers Survey, Living in Ireland, Survey on Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition.
Binariodieci is a special division within ISTAT devoted to statistical literacy and education. It is responsible for the relationships with primary and secondary schools and universities. In English its name is “A guided access to official statistics.”
Binariodieci also provides assistance to teachers and students, arranges lessons and/or material in accordance to specific requirements; provides information by e-mail to teachers (for their lessons or classroom research) and students (for their exams and thesis for university degree). Binariodieci also provides other tools for lessons such as: "The worth of the data" - a subwebsite focussing on statistical literacy (which will soon be translated to English). Teachers and students can email to email@example.com with questions.
ISTAT also sends representatives to meetings and exhibitions devoted to students and teachers to present data, publications, publicize the Binariodieci website. They also use these occasions to have direct contact with students and teachers and to plan initiatives and projects. Further, they will provide assistance and information, including sharing of data (especially metadata), to those working either on the dissemination of statistical literacy or doing research on statistical literacy. They have also on an irregular basis offered free special courses for teachers, secondary school students, and university students such as The Role and the Tasks of Official Statistics, Statistics on Social Issues, How to Prepare a Questionnaire, How to Carry Out a Survey, and Statistical Learning and Thinking.
For more information, contact Ms Paola Giacché, ISTAT, Via Torino,6 00184 Roma Italy. Phone: +39-0646734131 and Fax: +39-0646734177. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valoredati is a collection of materials designed to help students in the humanities and sciences, teachers, the general public and non-expert readers to improve their use of statistics and for anyone interested in using numbers to describe real life situations and make decisions. The hypertext is organized in three sections, which outline possible paths in the exploration of statistics.
The main contents are in the central column and are organised in four chapters: using statistics to make decisions and evaluate policies (statistical data and decision making; statistics and equal opportunities; official statistics in Italy and in the world); the fundamentals of statistics: collection, production, dissemination (censuses; sample surveys; administrative sources; how data are collected, processed and disseminated); how to rely on the quality of statistical data (principles and norms governing the activity of national statistical offices and international bodies; shared methodologies, classifications, definitions and standards; protection of confidentiality); and how to use statistical data (statistical measures; how to prepare tables and charts; how to write a paper based on statistical data).
The side-by-side columns open other paths. The left one links to statistical information on a few main statistical areas (prices, labour statistics, short-term indicators …): each area provides access to the actual data after a clear and concise presentation of its content. The right column gives the interested user the opportunity to link to other materials on statistical numeracy available on the web.
The project was undertaken by Istat (Statistics Italy) in co-operation with the Italian Statistical Society (Sis), the Inter-University Centre for Teaching Statistics (Cirdis), the Department for Geo-economical, Linguistical, Statistical and Historical Studies of the University of Rome La Sapienza, Odysseus Communication and S3Opus (two private partners). It benefited from a grant by the Ministry of Education, University and Research, in the framework of a programme for the advancement of scientific literacy.
English translation of title is “Statistics through examples”. This is the electronic version of an earlier textbook written by Alberto Zuliani and Enzo Lombardo, which tells statistics through events and aspects of everyday life. The book contains eleven chapters and at the moment the online edition provides six chapters. The next five chapters will be available in the next months.
Each chapter provides the definition of the terms adopted and a brief description of the main topics the chapter deals with. The first chapter introduces Paolo, a young boy who finds himself and his family in the statistical world of data: statistical tables on holy days, on education, on demographic issues etc. This chapter allows the user to play with Paolo through an interactive visualization.
The tables come from the Italian Yearbook of Statistics. The chapters are available in word and PDF formats. The first six chapters are: 1. A game: to find him/herself in the official statistics 2. Reading the newspapers with statistical tools 3. Men, women, sports 4. How may we were, how many we are, how many we will be 5. Italian football and 6. To fish in a lake.
A guide (in Italian) to the use of Excel, accompanied by a series of exercises, for ages 15 to adult. The material is free of charge.
Istat organized a children’s census, called “A Census at school”, in 2000. All material prepared in the context of that initiative are available at the website. The website is only available presently in Italian.
by Giovanni A. Barbieri and Paola Giacché of Istat (Statistics Italy), Italy. The Worth of Data... is a paper in English presented at ICOTS-7, 2006 by Giovanni A. Barbieri, Istat Director, reports some reflections and some comments about the realization of the Hypertext “The Worth of Data”.
“CIRDIS is an Italian Interuniversity Research Centre for Statistical Education hosted by the Universities of Padova, Palermo, Perugia and “Roma la Sapienza”. The Centre has been constituted on 1991 with the general objective of promoting the development of research on statistical education in Italy. For this purpose the Centre: carries out research on statistical education at school and university, cooperates with the official institutions to the initiatives to favour teachers training in statistics and to the initiatives related at the definition of curricula and methodologies of instruction, favours the exchange of teaching materials and information on both national and international basis, organizes meetings, seminaries, conferences on statistical education topics, gives hospitality to teachers and researchers on statistical education that wish to come to the Centre for research purposes, and is a center of documentation of statistical teaching materials.” (Copied from CIRDIS homepage). Many of its activities (click on Activities on the top of its webpage) are concerned with statistical literacy.
Introduction to Official Statistics is a movie in English (or in Japanese) about the world of official statistics in Japan. It starts with a very important question: Imagine a world without statistics published by official governments. What couldn’t we do? A lot of things. The video nicely promotes statistics and explains how the official numbers come to light. It has music, color, nice images and real people.
Naruhodo data for kids (Here are Statistics for Kids) (in Japanese)
This is a very comprehensive website set up for children to promote their understanding of statistics and ensure eventually the reliability of statistics. It provides for free more than 120 kinds of statistical data, including population census data.
Each year since 1973, Japan has observed Statistics Day on 18 October. In 2002 events related to statistics day included a statistics fair (which included the winners from the 50th anniversary of the National Statistical Graph Competition) and a free public symposium for academics and practitioners.
This CD is called “tsukattemiyou toukeideita” (Let’s Use the Census Data). It was distributed free to all elementary and junior high schools in Japan.
This competition began in 1952.
“The Museum of Statistics was opened in 1991, marking the 120th anniversary of the Statistics Bureau and the National Statistics Center.” (Quoted from brochure about Museum of Statistics.) Its intent is to enhance the awareness of the importance of and familiarity with official statistics in a casual setting.
The museum is free and is divided into six sections: Panel Corner (that gives a brief explanation of statistical censuses and surveys, including their development and use), Video Corner (that responds visually to statistical questions of visitors), Prefectural Publications Corner (has statistical publications compiled by each of the prefectures), Foreign Census Corner, Historic Statistical Documents Corner, and Tabulating Machines Corner (that shows these machines in chronological order so that people can easily see the changes that have occurred). It also explains how current official statistics are produced and disseminated.
Located within the Statistics Bureau Statistics Center at 19-1 Wakamatsucho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-8668. Tel: +81-3-5273-1187 or +81-3-5273-1131.
The Department offers several training courses for the staff of national and local governments, enumerators, and teachers of elementary school and junior high schools in Japan. But it does not arrange courses for external users.
The Institute offers basic and advanced courses on statistical theory, methodology and practice to the staff of national and local governments. It provides four kinds of courses at present in order to meet the various needs of administrative and statistical personnel; A General Course, Special Course, Specialized Course and Special Lectures. The General Courses is held once a year. This three-month course is designed to provide statistical theories, statistical survey practice, statistical analysis and practical applications of statistical methods. The Special Courses are held covering four specific subjects for one month duration respectively; Statistical Theories, Economic Statistics and Analysis, Demographic and Social Statistics and Analysis, and Statistical Survey Practice. The Specialized Courses are held covering four specific themes for one week or two weeks; Methodology for Population and Economy Projection, Statistical Analysis using EXCEL Software, and National and Regional Accounts. The Special Lectures are held covering several fields for one week; Roles of Statistics in Administrative Management, How-to Course on Statistics, and Statistical Approach to Administrative Evaluation. The Institute bears the expense of tuition, but the sender organization bears the expense of traveling and teaching materials such as textbooks.
Produced and sent the book “Results of the 2000 Population and Housing Census in Latvia” to all primary, secondary, and vocational schools in the country. The publication can be purchased in the Information Centre of Central Statistical Bureau.
“This website will provide you with useful information about how to search for, understand and use statistical information.” (Quoted from website.)
This is one of the competing projects for the best cooperative project award in 2009. See more information at Best Cooperative Project Award.
The Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) website ( Chinese, Portuguese and English) has links to free downloadable articles on statistical survey results, press releases, classifications, methodologies and concepts. All survey results and press releases are available in trilingual versions (Chinese, Portuguese and English), while most of the classifications and annexes regarding statistical methodologies and concepts are in Chinese and Portuguese only. More information will be added in English in the near future. In addition, free printed copies of the articles can be ordered from the Documentation and Information Centre, Statistics and Census Service of Macao, 17th Floor, Dynasty Plaza, 411-417 Alameda Dr. Carlos d’ Assumpção, Macao Tel: +853-8399 5311, Fax: +853-2830 7825, Email: email@example.com.
DSEC organizes seminars every year for secondary schools, universities and prominent associations in an effort to promote statistical literacy. Topics of the seminars include the Statistical Information System of Macao, availability of statistical data and basic knowledge of statistical concepts, methodologies and applications. Moreover, promotional activities for the 2011 Census are underway, which include educational programs for radio and TV, seminars at secondary schools and other promotional materials.
A student corner has been created in the Web site of the Office with the purpose to give students a brief explanation of what statistics is all about. It includes a brief description of the processes and concepts involved in statistics.
The student’s corner also provides access to CAST, (Computer Assisted Statistics Teaching), a series of electronic statistics textbooks developed for the benefit of the staff of the National Statistics Systems of the Member States and students of statistics in the SADC region.
As from 2007, to keep users informed of development at the CSO, a quarterly newsletter is posted on our Website.and hard copies of the newsletter are also circulated to all stakeholders.
A brochure entitled” Why does Mauritius need good statistics?” has been prepared by the CSO in collaboration with Paris 21. The brochure is posted on the Website and hard copies have been circulated to stakeholders.
For more information, contact the CSO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
StatLine ( in English and in Dutch) is the central database of Statistics Netherlands. It is extremely user friendly. The Dutch version of StatLine contains the complete database of statistical information available from Statistics Netherlands. At the moment, the English version contains only a few matrices; it is to be expanded in the near future. Both versions are easy to use and allow the user to make queries, histograms, tables, and other graphics as well as see summary statistics.
Schools Corner (all parts are in English and some parts are also in te reo Mäori)
This website covers a wide range of learning programs. There are separate pages for primary and secondary level. The pages have parts for student use and parts for teacher use, including copies of newsletters called StatZing! (see below). There are also a variety of materials related to the 2001 Census in both English and te reo Mäori.
A paper "The Role of National Statistics Institutions in the Use and Understanding of Official Statistics in the Compulsory Education Sector” by Gareth McGuinness and Lesley Hooper in the Proceedings of the IASE Satellite Conference on “Statistics Education and the Communication of Statistics” also describes some of these efforts.
StatZing! is actually two Newsletters. One is for the primary level and one is for the secondary level. It is “distributed to every school in New Zealand three times a year. StatZing! is available in hard copy or electronic copy. The hard copy primary StatZing! is addressed to the teachers responsible for maths and social studies and the hard copy secondary StatZing! is addressed to the library with copies for the HODs [Heads of Department] of economics, geography, maths and social studies. StatZing! contains activities to use in the classroom with links to the curriculum.” (Quoted from website.)
The easiest way to access both the past and present issues of StatZing! is to go to Schools Corner. Then scroll down and click on either Primary StatZing! newsletter or Secondary StatZing! newsletter.
Although not being offered currently, Statistics New Zealand has offered a seminar “Statistics-the how, what, where, and why” for librarians working in public libraries and Census Seminars for the the wider community that provided background about the 2001 Census, how to look at the data, and a comparison over the last 100 years of the changing face of New Zealand. Currently offering “Census Information on the Web” to teach librarians and others how to access census information and make tables from the information.
For further information on all of the above contact Lesley Hooper, Education and Community Services, Statistics New Zealand, PO Box 2922, Wellington, New Zealand. email: email@example.com.
“ Community Statistics is an electronic newsletter used to inform and educate community organisations and librarians about statistics and how to access them.” (Quoted from website.) This newsletter is sent to over 1000 organizations. The latest issue is also available from Newsletters. Scroll down to Community Statistics.
Forbes, Sharleen. Raising Statistical Awareness. In Teaching Statistics, Autumn 1996, Volume 18, Number 3, Pages 66 to 69.
This article describes the organization and results of the 1990 New Zealand Children’s Census.
“ CensusAtSchool NZ joins an international educational project designed to enhance statistical literacy. It began in the UK, but was based on a trial project by Dr Sharlene Forbes of Statistics New Zealand, which took place in 1990. CensusAtSchool NZ involves an online children’s survey for school Years 5 through to 13. Schools take part voluntarily, with students completing the survey during lesson time, then submitting their data to contribute to an international database. We have included some of the internationally common questions, to provide comparisons between countries, while tailoring the remainder of the questionnaire to reflect the interests of New Zealand children. Results and sample data will be made available to teachers once the ‘census’ is complete, while classroom resources will be developed over time.” (Quoted from website.)
El INEC produce un “Boletín Informativo” excelente cada mes. Tiene artículos que contienen mitología para colegir los datos y también unos datos. También tiene artículos de los jóvenes de la nación y más. Suscribir, por favor envía un email a Maritza Perez Mejía (firstname.lastname@example.org). También se puede encontrarlo en la red.
Translation: The INEC produces an excellent “Information Bulletin” every month. It has articles concerning methodology for the collection of data and also some data. It also has articles about the youth of the country and more. To subscribe, please send an email to Martiza Perez Mejía (email@example.com). Also, you can find it on the Internet.
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