» November 2019

Announcing Standard on applying Principle 3: Value the things that matter

by David Thomas · Thursday, November 28th, 2019

This standard on Principle 3 is published by Social Value International as part of a complete set of standards and guidance documents for applying the seven principles of social value. This principle, to value the things that matter, is one of the most unique aspects of our framework for accounting for social value. This version was published in November 2019. This document has been co-produced by the Methodological Sub-committee (MSC) of Social Value International (SVI). As part of the governance of SVI, the role of the MSC is to develop technical guidance and standards for applying the Social Value Principles.

Social Value International Launches New Levels of Practitioner Status and Online Support Package

by David Thomas · Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Social Value International, with support from Joint Member Network Social Value UK, have launched a revamped Practitioner Status Pathway creating three new levels for professional development; ‘Associate’, ‘Accredited’ and ‘Advanced’ Practitioner status. In addition, SVI also launches today a brand-new package of online support led the Practitioner Package a 12-month tailored support programme. A new tiered Practitioner Status Pathway Social Value International are launching a new tiered pathway for SVI Practitioners. On being an Accredited Practitioner, Hannah Marsh of Kingfisher Ltd stated: ‘On a professional level, I have found that being an SVI Practitioner has been invaluable. Professionally, as a

The North York Moors National Park Authority Achieve Level One of the Social Value Certificate

by David Thomas · Friday, November 1st, 2019

The North York Moors National Park Authority looks after this beautiful corner of Yorkshire, helping to protect and conserve it, while encouraging people to enjoy and understand how special it is. Why have you decided to undertake the Social Value Certificate organisational pathway? We have decided to undertake the Social Value Certificate programme pathway. We have piloted two innovative schemes to engage families and young people in the conservation of the North York Moors National Park. Whilst we can assume that these individuals are enjoying the schemes (through feedback questionnaires and repeat interactions) we are very interested in understanding the