Dr. Johanna Giczi holds a Master's degree in Sociology specialized in Economics and Management and a Ph.D. in Sociology. She has been working as a Statistician (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Project Manager, Researcher, and University Professor (University of ELTE, Budapest) in the last 18 years in the public, private and academic sectors.
She was a leader of several projects for Eurostat. In particular, she has been working as the Project Manager of Hungarian Time Use Survey statistics, and she was the Project Manager of two Eurostat Grant on the development of Time Use Survey between 2015-2018. During the preparatory work to revise the harmonized European Time Use survey for the implementation in the round 2020, she was responsible for the entire methodology.
She is a member of the EUROSTAT Task Force and Working Group on TUS. She is the council member of the International Association of Time Use Research organization for Europe.

Ms. Inna Konoshonok –Head of the Living Standards Statistics and Household Surveys Department of the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus. Hr work record in statistics is 23 years, of which 16 years in managerial positions. She has a huge hands-on experience in organizing and conducting sample surveys of the population.
In her presentation, Ms. Konoshonok will share her experience of organizing and conducting the Time Use Survey in Belarus and will present its results.

Ms. Assemgul Abrayeva – Chief Expert of the Committee on Statistics of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, holds a Master degree in Public and local administration. She is a professional statistician with a good practice.
She has 6 years’ experience in Financial system and 7 years’ experience working in various fields of Statistics.
Since 2018, Ms. Assemgul Abrayeva working at SDG division.