Measuring disability, migration, and marriage registration - recommended questions for inclusion in censuses

Publication Date: May 2019
Author: UNFPA

This technical brief provides guidance on the recommended questions for inclusion in censuses in order to improve the quality and comparability of data on disability and international migration. It also encourages the inclusion of questions on age at first marriage, type of marriage, and registration status of the marriage in the 2020 round of census. 

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