Pioneers of Change Summit 2020

We urgently need a Global Data Convention. Here’s why

Our economic and social stability could depend on a globally agreed set of data standards Image: Gerd Altmann / Pixabay

Steve MacFeely
Chief Statistician, UNCTAD
Angela Me
Chief Statistician, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Haishan Fu
CCSA Co-chair and Director of the Development Data Group , World Bank
Stefan Schweinfest
Director, United Nations Statistics Division
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