National Records of Scotland

Preserving the past, Recording the present, Informing the future

Scotland's People - Past, Present and Future

Scotland's People - Past, Present and Future

List of Presentations

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Introduction to the Day

Head of Household Estimates and Projections Branch, National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Population and Migration - How they inform policy

Head of Older People's Care Unit, Scottish Government (SG)

Data Zone Consultation and Response

Small Area Statistics Branch, SG

2011 Census - What happened then?

Census, NRS

2011 Census - The road to outputs

Head of Census Outputs, NRS

Tracking student movement using NHS Central Register (NHSCR) and Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) data

Alternative Sources Branch, NRS

Census Alternatives - Background to workshop

Head of Demography Division, NRS

Projected Population of Scotland (2010-based)

Population and Statistics Branch, NRS

Ethnic Population Estimates and Projections

Head of Population and Migration Statistics Branch, NRS

Ethnic Population Projections for Scotland, 2001 to 2051

Philip Rees, School of Geography, University of Leeds

Population Estimates by Ethnicity in Glasgow

Jan Freeke, Glasgow City Council