This paper from SIAA proposes a basic framework for how to compare how different sets of principles relate.
If you’re looking for a socially responsible career with a research focus…. perhaps consider this one?
Funders Are in the Driving Seat When it Comes to Developing a Culture of Impact Measurement, But Are They Heading in the Right Direction?
At a time when many charities are facing falling incomes and rising demands, it has never been more important for them to be able to understand and assess their achievements. Funders have a huge influence on the extent to which charities assess their impact.
This report provides a summary of the Principles Working Group Mapping Exercise of existing principles sets that govern approaches to impact measurement and evaluation.
Mary Cook from Uscreates asks how do you define ethical practice in social impact?
Ruth reports on SIAA’s participation in a social impact workshop in Madrid on the 7th March.
Kieron Kirkland describes his inventive model for explaining social impact assessment and evaluation.
Harry Hoare discusses the role social impact analysts may play in creating a common social reporting standard.
Read our report for from the first Impact Leadership Conference in London
Denise Chau compares the development of social impact measurement in the US and UK