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Love and carnations, The truth is that you can measure love!

Dr Gen Maitland Hudson is Head of Evaluation and Impact Assessment, Power to Change Research Institute, University of Cambridge. She has adapted her keynote address from this years Social Value Matters 2017 Conference in Istanbul into a fantastic blog.

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Social Value Matters 2017: Full agenda and keynotes announced!

Against a backdrop of increasing inequality and global uncertainty, this year the Social Value International conference will be in Istanbul in partnership with Koç University, an international university located in Istanbul a city where the East and West meet… Social Value Matters 2017 will focus on what needs to happen to amplify stakeholder voices [...]

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Events and Training


    1st May 2017 until 2 May 2017
    Kotahitanga Room, Level 2, Whanau Centre, Auckland

    Social Return on Investment (SROI) is an internationally recognised framework for understanding, measuring and valuing social, economic and environmental outcomes. This two-day SROI practitioner training course is accredited by Social Value International and will equip you with a working knowledge of social value and SROI. This course counts towards your accreditation as an SROI practitioner.

  • Think Outcomes 2017

    9th May 2017 until 10 May 2017
    Aerial UTS Function Centre, Sydney

    Find out all you need to know about outcomes measurement at this two day, multi-workshop conference Think Outcomes 2017. No matter where you’re at in your outcomes measurement efforts, we have a stream tailored to meet your needs and help you get to the next level.

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