This is a blog post by Jeremy Nicholls, CEO at Social Value UK and Social Value International  Whether data is rigorous enough is a common discussion amongst social impact analysts, social accountants and evaluators. And the great thing is that

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Impact measurement and evaluation belong together like grits and okra. I learned this (and sampled the southern delicacies) in Atlanta, Georgia on 24-26 October at Impact Convergence (IMPCON) 2016. IMPCON brought together members of Social Value International (SVI) and the

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This is the second article in our Social Value Aotearoa Principles Series, looking at Principle 2: Understand what changes. So as far as the SV International Principles of Social Value document goes: This means you must articulate how change is

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“Te Whānau are at the leading edge in New Zealand because their work will provide a basis on which other organisations can take off on their Social Value journey.” – Jo Nicholson, Social Value Aotearoa Project Coordinator An account of

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The Social Value Members Exchange was an energetic morning catching up with other National Member networks to gain a snapshot of what the Social Value atmosphere is like around the world, looking at: what we’ve done so far, plans for

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“We are living and working in a time where new approaches are being explored to achieve change in society for equality and the environment – we need another way for society to recognise value.” Social Value International’s annual conference this

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