Domestic violence

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Domestic violence recorded by the police 2009-2017

In 2017, the police registered 17 024 domestic crimes. Half of the offences took place within a current partnership, 27% involved an ex-partner. Of the 21 people who died as a result of domestic violence, 17 were female.

Sustainable development

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Sustainable development indicators system 2018

50 indicators from the MONET indicator system have been updated with the latest data. Some of these indicators are also used to measure the sustainable development goals of the 2030 Agenda in Switzerland.

Demographic indicators

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Demographic indicators 2017

The demographic indicators on fertility, the marriage rate, the divorce rate and mortality have been updated with the results for 2017. They are available on the Swiss Statistics website in the form of tables, graphics and maps.

Women and men in Europe

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The life of women and men in Europe 2018

Just in time for the European Statistics Day on 20 October, the updated 2018 edition of the collective publication from the European Statistical System ‘The life of women and men in Europe – a statistical portrait’ will be released. This digital, interactive publication contributes to a better understanding of the diversity and characteristics of the life of Europeans.

Graph of the Week

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Health expenditure in OECD countries in 2016

What percentage of the gross domestic product is spent on health care in Switzerland? And how does Switzerland compare with other OECD countries? See our new graph of the week to find out!

Publications

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Agenda

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Director General

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Dr MBA Georges-Simon Ulrich, Director General

“The FSO focuses on the description of what is and on the analysis of what was.”

In focus

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Experimental statistics

Experimental statistics are produced using new methods and/or new data sources.

Population census system

Population census system

From a comprehensive census conducted every 10 years, the federal population census became an annual event in 2010. An evaluation of this new census system has been carried out.

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Vital statistics

The year 2017 was marked by an increase of 2000 deaths. There were also more registered partnerships and paternity acknowledgements.

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Mobility and transport: pocket statistics 2018

The brochure “Mobility and transport – Pocket
statistics 2018”  contains the key
facts and figures on transport in Switzerland.

Data Innovation Strategy

Data Innovation Strategy

The FSO has adopted a new data innovation strategy. This constitutes the first response by official statistics to the challenges posed by the digital revolution.

Multi-Annual Programme

Multi-Annual Programme

The multi-annual programme for statistics is a management and planning foundation for the long-term strategy of federal statistics.

Surveys

Swiss Labour Force Survey (SLFS)

The main purpose of the SLFS is to provide information on the structure of the labour force and employment behaviour patterns.

Swiss Earnings Structure Survey

The Swiss Earnings Structure Survey (ESS) is a written survey, carried out every two years in enterprises in Switzerland.

Remark

Our English pages offer only a limited range of information on our statistical production. For our full range please consult our pages in French and German (top right hand screen).

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