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Announcing Tasamy as social value pioneers!

Social Value International are proud to announce that Tasamy have joined as Social Value Pioneers! Tasamy is a non-profit organization that focuses mainly on supporting social entrepreneurship through four main pillars, accelerators and incubators, training and education, social innovation and impact investing. Ahead of their joining, we spoke to them about their social value journey. …

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First Social Impact Management Graduate to complete their graduate Programme!

This blog is penned by Reinoud Willemsen, Reinoud has been instrumental in the network in South Africa and is a key partner of Social Value International. On the 10th of December, Lethlogonolo (“Tlhogi”) Ntsondololwana completed the practical parts of the inaugural Social Impact Management Programme. Hosted by Property Point for the year, Tlhogi applied all …

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Sign the Social Value International response to the consultation issued by the IFRS on the creation of a sustainability standards board

The IFRS is responsible for international accounting standards that determine how we currently account for value and are considering establishing a SSB alongside the IAS, read more about the consultation here. Social Value International (SVI) is a non-profit organisation with a mission to change the way the world accounts for value. We are a network …

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Consultation on Principle 2: Understand What Changes

Social Value International are proud to announce we have opened our consultation on our latest installment of Principle 2 of the Social Value Principles: Understand What Changes. As a standard setter and a member-led organisation, we want the shaping of this to be inclusive of our members and invite your feedback. This consultation on Principle 2: …

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Announcing New Level One Associate Practitioners

Social Value International are proud to announce a new group of Level One Associate Practitioners! Level 1 Associate Practitioner status shows that the applicant has demonstrated theoretical competence in social value and impact management in line with the SVI Framework. Our new Level One Associate Practitioners include: Eva Wurtz – University Colleges Leuven-Limburg (UCLL) Why have you decided to …

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SVI Response to SDG Impact Practice Standard for Enterprises

Join us on Tuesday 24th November at 10am GMT to learn more, and be a part of Social Value International’s response to the SDG Impact Practice Standard for Enterprise Consultation.  Ben Carpenter, CEO of Social Value International and Jeremy Nicholls, Non-Exec Director and co-founder of Social Value International will be discussing the importance of this consultation, …

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HELP US SHAPE SVI’S RESPONSE TO THE CONSULTATION ISSUED BY THE IFRS ON THE CREATION OF A SUSTAINABILITY STANDARDS BOARD

We invite you to be part of Social Value International’s responses to the IFRS and their consultation on sustainability reporting and on possible Foundation role . Please use this Google Doc to help us shape SVI’s response to the consultation issued by the IFRS on the creation of a sustainability standards board. SVI hosted two webinars on 4th November that formed …

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Ethics and Transparency in the Consultancy World

Photo by Bud Helisson on Unsplash By Sophie Robin, Managing PartnerStone Soup Consulting Stone Soup Consulting are Organisational Members of SVI, find this article on their website here. Stone Soup Consulting are a part of Joint Member Network EsImpact. Article originally published on Diario Responsable Whoever has worked at any time in the consultancy world knows that …

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Communication in times of pandemic: social organisations pull their socks up

Illustration by Katerina Limpitsouni How social organisations deal with this crisis will define their survival in the medium and long term. Here we analyse how they are adapting their communication so as to reinforce the message and boost fundraising. By Pilar Ballet  Stone Soup consultant specialised in strategic communication and Angela Millan  Stone Soup consultant specialised in creativity and …

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