At last: an accessible toolkit that guides you step by step to assess your social impact. This hands-on tool considers your available time and what you and your stakeholders really want to know about your impact. www.impactwizard.eu Curbing poverty. Increasing resilience. Fostering environment-friendly behaviour. For social entrepreneurs, making a social impact is their main drive. Are you working for a better world? Do you find it difficult to explain how your project contributes to societal change? Impact Wizard is a brand new online tool that helps you to do just that. Impact Wizard helps you reflect on, assess and increase your impact. Challenging assignments bring
Jordan River Foundation have become organisational members of Social Value International. Established in 1995, the Jordan River Foundation (JRF) has been a major player in Jordanian community development, bringing forth over 20 years of experience to local community development, and supporting homegrown solutions that engage communities and address local challenges. Driven by values of social justice, impactful interventions to alleviate poverty, and empowering the community with a focus on women and youth, JRF implements various programmes to achieve its mission of transforming Jordanian communities. The Child Safety Program (JRCSP) and the Community Empowerment Program (JRCEP), together with the Training and Consultation
Never used our free online resource myGVE? Then you’ve probably never fully accessed or understood your social impact data! Wondering how this could be? Ben Carpenter recently presented on the topic for DataStorm, a series of collaborative brainstorming sessions designed to inspire open dialogue around collecting, analyzing, storing, and exchanging feedback data.
Susan Balet, a consultant specialising in social impact measurement, offers her professional and personal insight to the Social Value Matters conference in Istanbul where delegates and speakers from 25 countries gathered to discuss how best to amplify voices, inspire change and maximise value.
Throughout November 2016 Social Value International (SVI) undertook some research to understand how far the Social Value Principles have been understood, adopted and applied in practice. This is part of SVI’s efforts to measure our own impact. A survey was distributed online to current members, expired members and non-members of SVI. This is the third time we have conducted this type of survey and the results are fascinating.
Newly Accredited Practitioner Yulia Romaschenko from Russia shares her thoughts on becoming an AP!
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.
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 to inspire change and maximise value…. Attend and hear from Dr Mairi Mackay, John Tamihere and Professor Gürhan Canlı.
Sinzer are a leading software solution for those wanting to manage social impact data and organisational members. They are the only online platform that has been accredited by Social Value International.
Social Value International CEO Jeremy Nicholls was invited by the United Nations Economic and Social Council to be a guest speaker at the ninth session of the Team of Specialists on Innovation and Competitiveness Policies in November. Jeremy represented the Social Value movement and gave a very well-received presentation on Measuring impact.