Each year Social Value International try to take a snapshot of how the Principles of Social Value are being used. We use this information to better support our members and the social value community at large through creating new guidance, training and campaigns.
The Office of Civil Society has funded a total of £30,000 (including VAT), to 8 different external providers with expertise in social value and/or impact management, to work with commissioners in practically applying the Public Services (Social Value Act) 2012. This work was known as the Social Value Implementation and Measurement Project.
Jeremy took time out from official business to speak candidly about his experiences and knowledge of Māori culture and Whānau Ora.
Over three days in October, leaders in the fields of impact investing, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, social finance, and evaluation will work together in a series of events, culminating in an action agenda for the development of impact measurement.
The webinar will be particularly useful for independent consultants looking for feedback technology, methods and tools to improve their offer to prospective clients.
Social Value Aotearoa (New Zealand) is one year old this month and celebrated with their amazing “Impact Measurement – Start Here event” as a part of their Whānau Ora conference. We sent Jeremy as a guest speaker, he loved what they are doing and cant wait to go back! SVI staff are having a whip round as we speak! Why not read all about it?
We are very pleased to welcome Scholten & Partners as an Organisational Member of Social Value International, one of the first consultancies in Europe to introduce SROI in 2001.
Social Value International published a new Supplementary Guidance document that accompanies “A Guide to Social Return on Investment (2012) and focuses on Principle 2.
This free full-day event will bring together over 200 policymakers, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers to better understand how public services, civil society and the private sector can engage with, develop and harness collaborative platforms for good.
This report presents an evaluation of social return for the BeHealthy Programme (BHP) implemented by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) in Russia with the financial support of the Mondelēz International Foundation (MIF). The programme is part of the Mondelēz Global Community Partnership Initiative to promote active, healthy lifestyles – a critical component of the company’s wellbeing mission.