SROI Accreditation Training

The SROI Accreditation Course is a two-day course essential for all professionals seeking to achieve SROI Accreditation status by Social Value International.

SROI Accreditation Training

The SROI Accreditation Course is a two-day course essential for all professionals seeking to achieve SROI Accreditation status by Social Value International.

SROI Accreditation Training

The SROI Accreditation Course is a two-day course essential for all professionals seeking to achieve SROI Accreditation status by Social Value International.

SROI Accreditation Training

The SROI Accreditation Course is a two-day course essential for all professionals seeking to achieve SROI Accreditation status by Social Value International.

Global Partners Forum 2018

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.

Sustainable Landscapes Conference

At the conference we’ll welcome 60+ speakers and 250+ attendees representing a broad range of industries and stakeholder groups. This will be a significant event tackling the biggest issues faced by business in building sustainable, resilient agricultural supply chains and creating a net positive impact.

Full details of each of the key themes, topics covered and speakers can be found online here.

Agenda highlights include:

  • Olam, Greenpeace, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) and The World Bank discuss how the landscape approach will evolve in the next five years
  • Hear from Unilever, Philip Morris International, Bayer and Cargill on how business can ensure the sustained viability of smallholder farming as a business model
  • The Coca-Cola Company, Mars, Diageo and Nordzucker share best practice on responsible water usage
  • How can Soy avoid becoming the new Palm Oil? Cargill, Lidl, Solidaridad and The Netherlands Oil and Fats Organisation provide their perspective
  • Sime Darby and Capital Markets join us to discuss common sourcing dilemmas and how companies can make better choices
  • Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration.. Case studies on effective multi-stakeholder initiatives with GAR, Nestlé, H&M, GAA, Proforest, CottonConnect and more….

We will be welcoming additional senior professionals and teams from PepsiCo, BASF, Barry Callebaut, Ecometrica, BNP Paribas, Neste, IKEA, Bunge, IUCN, Ecosphere+, Rainforest Alliance, FSC, Interholco, LUSH, Soil Association, APP, Coop, ING, PEFC, Rabobank, GRAS, Finlays, ODI, British American Tobacco, Pernod Ricard, Touton and many more

National Social Value Conference

Social Value UK and Social Value Portal are delighted to announce that the National Social Value Conference 2018 is being held on 20-21st November, in Manchester.

This year the National Social Value Conference will have as its central theme ‘Inspiring Leadership’ and builds on the great success of the 2017 Conference when we hosted over 250 people and a number of eminent speakers including Andy Street, the Mayor of West Midlands Combined Authority and launched the National TOMs Framework for social value measurement that has been downloaded by over 1500 organisations as far afield as Australia and New Zealand.

Social Audit Network Annual Gathering

Coinciding with the 26th anniversary of the UN International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and taking inspiration from this, SAN will explore how social accounting and audit can be used to gain a better understanding of poverty, including:

  • What poverty looks like in the UK in 2018, drawing inspiration from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Exploring the international viewpoint; local learning from global activities
  • Viewing poverty from the positions of a range of stakeholders – lived experiences, investors, funders and commissioners of services, researchers and service delivery
  • Debating how social accounting and audit can be applied to better understand poverty

Social Finance Forum

The Social Finance Forum is Canada’s leading event for people who believe profits should be paired with purpose.

Every day, billions of dollars are invested with the sole intention of making more dollars, while life-changing social programs and vital environmental initiatives struggle for funding. Impact investing is the fast-growing movement that’s closing that gap by promoting profitable investments in programs and ventures that power progress.

Now in its 11th year, the Social Finance Forum, organized and convened by the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing, attracts more than 500 investors, entrepreneurs, finance professionals, charity leaders and public service visionaries who are reshaping markets and ensuring that every dollar makes a difference.

Sessions will be organized around four streams, each featuring high-profile thought leaders, disruptive entrepreneurs and groundbreaking ideas.

There’s broad public support for impact investing, but not everybody is jumping in. Learn how to bridge the divide between awareness and action.

How do you know if your program or portfolio is making a difference? Discover strategies for creating impact and measuring it.

Discover how exponential technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain can accelerate the shift to fairer financial systems.

Canada’s impact investing market is growing fast – but it’s just getting started. These sessions reveal the innovations that are meeting the increased demand for impact investing options across the country, with a particular focus on indigenous communities.

NI18: Outside the Lines

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.

Who Attends

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.