The updated Classification of Statistical Activities (CSA 2.0) explicitly refers to Governance as a standalone domain of official statistics, on par with Economic statistics and Demographic and Social statistics. The CSA 2.0 also recognizes Human Rights as a new cross-cutting domain of statistics. How can the CSA 2.0 be leveraged by national statistical offices (NSOs) around the world to enhance statistical production in these areas? And how can the Praia Group on Governance Statistics steer a strong, coordinated effort to help consolidate these new statistical domains? We asked statisticians across the world, experts from the international statistical community and development partners to share thoughts and suggestions.