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Deprivation Web Application Launched
The updated Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measures (NIMDM 2017) were published on 23 November 2017. This is the official measure of spatial deprivation in Northern Ireland. The NIMDM 2017 provide information for seven distinct types of deprivation, known as domains, along with an overall multiple deprivation measure (MDM). The NIMDM 2017 provide a mechanism for ranking areas within Northern Ireland in the order of the most deprived to the least deprived.
A new application has been developed which allows users to easily locate the Multiple Deprivation Measures (NIMDM) 2017 results at Super Output Area (SOA) Level. Simply enter the postcode into the application to return the SOA level results.
Further information on the NIMDM2017 is available on the NISRA website: Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure 2017 (NIMDM2017).
2021 Census Outputs Strategy Consultation for Northern Ireland
The Northern Ireland Census Office recently conducted a public consultation asking users for their views on the 2021 Census Outputs Strategy. Users were invited to share their views on important aspects of the 2021 Census results, such as the proposed release schedule, Statistical Disclosure Control and available options for output geographies.
For more information on the consultation please visit the 2021 Census Consultation webpage: https://www.nisra.gov.uk/statistics/2021-census/planning/consultation/outputs-strategy-consultation
A total of 61 people attended the information events, which included representatives from political parties, the voluntary sector, religious groups, council members and fellow NISRA colleagues, as well as many others. The events allowed attendees to gain further information about our plans for 2021 Census results and clarify queries. The information event presentation can be downloaded from the consultation webpage. Census staff, Amy Dunlop and Sandy Fitzpatrick, engaged with attendees and answered any questions raised.
Many thanks to those of you who attended the information events and to those who have submitted a reply to the outputs strategy consultation. Your response to this consultation is important and your feedback will help prioritise work to develop 2021 Census outputs.
Census Office plan to produce a ‘We asked, You said, We did’ report which will be made publically available on the NISRA website later in 2019.
If you require further information, please contact the Census Customer Services team on 028 9025 5156 or by email: email@example.com and they will be happy to answer any queries that you may have.
Data and Interactive Content
Updated datasets include:
- Road Traffic Collision Casualties by Severity of Injury (administrative geographies)
- Internet Access (administrative geographies)
- Mobile Phone Ownership (administrative geographies)
- Dental Surgeries 2018
- Fire Stations 2018
- Opticians 2018
- Pharmacies 2018
- Police Stations
Updated interactive content includes:
- NI House Price Index
- Organ Donor Register Registrations
- Gross Annual Pay
- Gross Hourly Pay
- Gross Weekly Pay
- Total Weekly Paid Hours Worked
The next NINIS workshops will take place on 21st February 2019 in Colby House. You can register for this workshop on the NINIS website.
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