On 23 October 2017 the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) will release the second round of data from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. This release will include data on occupation and employment, education, interstate migration and how we travel to work.
We will be hosting a free Seminar on the second release Census data topics in Canberra on 24 October 2017. Seats are limited, so register now to find out what this round of Census data reveals about Australia, its workforce and ourselves. The ABS will be providing an Auslan interpreter for face-to-face interpreting at the event.
|24 October 2017||9:30am – 12:30pm||Canberra|
Can’t make the Seminar?
The second release Seminar will be webcast live nationally. Tune in at 10am on 24 October to live stream the session. You can also ask questions and make comments via the interactive chat function.
First release Seminars
Following the first release of 2016 Census data on 27 June 2017, the ABS hosted 32 Census Data Seminars across 26 locations in Australia. The free information sessions revealed what the 2016 Census of Population and Housing tells us about ourselves, our communities and Australia.
The Seminars gave an overview of the first release of 2016 Census results at the national and local level, as well as data quality findings. Data specialists were also available after the presentation to provide Census data product support and guidance. Almost 2,000 data enthusiasts attended or streamed the sessions online.
First release capital city Seminars were webcast and are now available, with captions, to view on the ABS YouTube channel.
Download presentation slides and fact sheets from the first release Seminars at the 2016 Census Data Seminar Presentations page.
A special thanks to our Seminar partners who co-hosted and supported the first release events: University of Technology Sydney, Western Sydney University, University of Wollongong, UQ Institute for Social Science Research and ACEMS, City of Gold Coast, Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research, University of Adelaide, Charles Darwin University and College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University.
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