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Census

2011 Census User Engagement Events

Lisburn            Wednesday 22 October 2014
Cookstown      Thursday 23 October 2014

Event Information

As part of its ongoing user consultation, the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) has organised two user engagement events to discuss outputs from the 2011 Census.

The purpose of the events is to:

  • provide an update on the 2011 Census outputs, including future outputs;
  • describe accessing the results through NINIS;
  • provide outline results from the User Satisfaction Survey; and
  • outline initial plans for the 2021 Census.

For more information, including how to register, please go to our Events page.

Recently published

  • Census 2011 Analysis
  • Census 2011 Key Statistics Summary Report (PDF 2.3 MB)
  • Census 2011 Population Tables (PDF 2 MB)
  • Short-Term Resident Population
  • A census of population is normally taken every ten years and is carried out by the Census Office, part of the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). The most recent Census took place on Sunday 27 March 2011. 

    The census is undertaken by law and in accordance with an EU Regulation. It is taken as it provides the essential statistical information about the population and households for all parts of the country used by the Government, business and other professional research/consultancy organisations.

    Family history

    Census records are a useful tool for researching family history, however, the Census Office is not able to provide any personal information relating to individuals, Northern Ireland census forms remain secure and confidential under the terms of The Census (Northern Ireland) Act 1969.

    Other places to look

  • Public Records Office for Northern Ireland (PRONI) - microfiche copy of 1901 data
  • General Register Office (GRO) - Births, Deaths and Marriages
  • The National Archives of Ireland - Census of Ireland for 1901 and 1911
  • Histpop - Online Historical Population Reports
  • UK Data Service