UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS)
Institut de statistique de l'UNESCO
Established 1999, by B-XB3383 - UNESCO, developing from its Statistics Division. Initially based in UNESCO headquarters in Paris (France), the institute moved to its permanent location in Montréal (Canada), Sep 2001.
Serve as the UN depository for global statistics in the fields of education, science and technology, culture and communication; develop and disseminate the timely, accurate and policy-relevant data needed for effective policy-making at national and international levels; develop methodologies, standards and indicators needed to achieve SDG 4-Education 2030 and key targets in science and innovation, culture and communication.
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Governing Board, consisting of 12 experts representing different regions and international organizations. Director reports to the Governing Board and UNESCO Director-General.
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