By Kieron L Jones, on 26 October 2011
The Social Research Association and the Social Statistical Section of the Royal Statistical Society are hosting the 2011 Cathie Marsh Memorial Lecture.
8 November 2011 5:00pm, at the Royal Statistical Society
Tea/coffee available from 4.30
Jil Matheson, National Statistician, ONS
Professor Neville Davies, Director, The Royal Statistical Society Centre for
Statistical Education, University of Plymouth
Richard Alldritt, Head of Assessment and UK Statistics Authority board member
Professor Mike Hough, Institute for Criminal Policy Research, School of Law,
Statisticians and social researchers too often find their findings misreported and misused. The charge is often made that too many people in the UK are innumerate. This limits the reporting of social issues and people’s understanding of the social world with attendant implications for policy making.
This meeting is free but places are limited. Bookings are via the RSS.
Please register by email email@example.com or phone 020 7638 8998 or click here. For a map and directions see www.rss.org.uk/findus.
We anticipate the presentations and discussions will finish by 7pm
Sent on behalf of the RSS Social Statistics Committee