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ISC as UNSC’s ancestor and the role of ISI in its creation

Exactly one hundred years ago, from 11 to 18 October 1920, an International Statistical Commission (ISC) met for the first time in Paris. This commission was set up within the framework of the League of Nations (Société des Nations, SdN) created one year earlier following the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. This first meeting of the ISC was chaired by Luigi Bodio and Albert Delatour; Lucien March was its reporter.

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What do you get for someone on World Statistics Day?

You know who is being honored on birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and even Labor Day. But who is being recognized and celebrated on World Statistics Day (WSD)? The simple and easy answer is the profession and practice of statistics. The WSD website, worldstatisticsday.org, describes this year’s theme: Connecting the world with data we can trust.

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