Social Value International is member-led. Our members share a common goal: to change the way society accounts for value.
National Networks work to promote the Principles of Social Value, to refine and share practice, and to build a powerful movement of like-minded people to influence policy.
- Sopact join as organisational members of Social Value International
- Global bodies join forces to mainstream impact management via ‘IMP’
- Managing impact, the conundrum for impact investors (and other funders)
- Q&A: Stephen Smith from IQ Business, founding partners of Social Value Network South Africa
- SVUK in Erasmus+ ROI project to create a digital tool for work-based learning & apprenticeships for European SMEs.
National Network Event
Asian Venture Philanthropy Network
Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)
Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR)
European Evaluation Society
European Investment Bank
European Investment Bank Institute
Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN)
Global Partnership for Social Accountability
Impact Capital Africa
KPMG in India
MaRS Centre for Impact Investing
Said Business School
Social Audit Network
Social Capital Markets
Social Value Aotearoa
Social Value Canada
Social Value Italia
Social Value UK
Social Value US
SOCAP is the world’s leading conference activating the capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact – convening the marketplace at the intersection of money and meaning. The conference
SOCAP is the world’s leading conference activating the capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact – convening the marketplace at the intersection of money and meaning. The conference brings together impact investors, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, business leaders and other innovators from across the world in a unique cross-sector approach to catalyze collaboration for change. Kicking off a new decade of impact at SOCAP18, we have gathered over 20,000 people in the past ten years to accelerate the flow of capital for good.
- Spring Fling (available until 29 June 2018) – US $1095
- Full price – US $1495
october 23 (Tuesday) - 26 (Friday) PDT
The Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture
2 Marina Blvd. San Francisco, CA 94123
This introductory course has also been certified in alignment with the Principles of Social Value International. A one-day course, An Introduction to SROI is designed for individuals seeking to build
This introductory course has also been certified in alignment with the Principles of Social Value International. A one-day course, An Introduction to SROI is designed for individuals seeking to build knowledge of core concepts as they begin to explore SROI as a project management and measurement framework, and as a tool to enhance communications.
All Day (Thursday) EDT
720 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 2R4
Social Value Canadamary@simpactsg.com
Each year Net Impact brings current and aspiring leaders together for a dynamic exchange of ideas about how we can work together to tackle our toughest social and environmental problems.
Each year Net Impact brings current and aspiring leaders together for a dynamic exchange of ideas about how we can work together to tackle our toughest social and environmental problems. Today’s challenges are more complex than any one person or organization can solve, requiring us to collaborate on innovative solutions.
This year, at the 2018 Net Impact Conference in Phoenix, AZ from October 25-27, we’re taking it a step further with the theme “Outside the Lines.” The event will explore examples of transformational change that defy traditional expectations. We’ll dive deep into bold new trends and practices that challenge conventional wisdom, break barriers, and enable us to change the world. We will give you the skills, experience,s and connections so that you can have the greatest impact now and throughout your career.
NI18 brings together in one space the brightest, most enthusiastic, and innovative impact leaders from around the world. The conference is a unique experience that not only guides, but encourages university students, new graduates, and more established professionals to connect and share ideas about what works, potential career paths, and forward-looking innovations. Many of our conference attendees stay engaged throughout the year by joining one of our local chapters, participating in Net Impact programs, and attending our local event series, NI Local.
october 25 (Thursday) - 27 (Saturday) MST
Phoenix Convention Centre
100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Philanthropists, impact investors, and social investors are already working with government policymakers, the corporate sector, and civil society groups around the world to better understand how to shift capital flows
Philanthropists, impact investors, and social investors are already working with government policymakers, the corporate sector, and civil society groups around the world to better understand how to shift capital flows for radically more effective social impact, developing new approaches to philanthropy that combine innovations and approaches from across sectors and investment models. As innovative social investing approaches continue to emerge, there are new opportunities to understand global trends; enhance cross-border, collaborative exchange; and compare philanthropic and impact investing models across disciplines and institutions.
AVPN and Salzburg Global Seminar will convene a globally diverse group of foundations and social investors to exchange strategies for addressing global challenges, enhancing collaboration, exploring effective talent management approaches, and offering greater opportunities for investments that offer longer-term and deeper opportunities for impact. The program will include individuals and organizations from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and North America, and will be designed to highlight new approaches to generate impact in line with achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
The program will combine plenary discussions and small-group workshops to inspire, equip, and enable participants to develop commitments to action, take back practical lessons and toolkits, and apply them to their own organizations.
27 (Saturday) 1:00 am - 30 (Tuesday) 1:00 am
Salzburg Global Seminar
Schloss Leopoldskron Leopoldskronstrasse 56-58 A-5020 Salzburg
How can citizens and social accountability help build and strengthen human capital? Join us to discuss this crucial topic for the development community! On October 30th - November 1st, hundreds of
How can citizens and social accountability help build and strengthen human capital? Join us to discuss this crucial topic for the development community!
On October 30th – November 1st, hundreds of Social Accountability experts, practitioners, and partners will gather at the World Bank headquarters for the 5th GPSA Global Partners Forum for three days of practical knowledge exchange through rich conversations, dynamic discussions, workshops and plenary sessions. Kristalina Georgieva, CEO of the World Bank, will deliver remarks.
The Forum Brief can be found on the GPSA website and additional information about the conference, including speakers’ bios, program updates, and logistics will be updated regularly.
October 30 (Tuesday) - November 1 (Thursday)
The World Bank
1818 H St NW, Washington, DC 20433