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Jeremy Nicholls - Impacto Social 2013 Lisboa

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Diretor da Social Return on Investment (SROI) Network, uma rede de pessoas, organizações e empresas empenhados na adoção de princípios e padrões de contabilização do valor social e ambiental. Dirige …

Diretor da Social Return on Investment (SROI) Network, uma rede de pessoas, organizações e empresas empenhados na adoção de princípios e padrões de contabilização do valor social e ambiental. Dirige também a organização FairPensions e o FRC Group (um negócio social sediado em Liverpool). Preside à Social Impact Analysts Association e é membro do comité consultivo do IRIS, um centro de recursos sobre medição de impacto social. Eis a sua intervenção na Conferência Impacto Social 2013 de dia 24 de Junho em Lisboa.

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  • Recent – and growth not end in itself – despite fact that it doesn’t lead to equality or after initial burst reduce poverty and it does damage the environment – the idea the unemployment is inevitable and the solution is growth to create jobs – tho we have yeasr of growth and we still have unemployment and less secure, more temporary employment as we free up labour markets
  • Which is where we depart from a lot of impact assessment – not about assessing whether a social business has had an impact or achieved its social purpose – we need to do much more – about showing that businesses could be more accountable, and provide that information within and as part of their financial accounts (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • To practise, to share, Point is not to understand – point is to change (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • To practise, to share, Point is not to understand – point is to change (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • To practise, to share, Point is not to understand – point is to change (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • To practise, to share, Point is not to understand – point is to change (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • To practise, to share, Point is not to understand – point is to change (C) Copyright 1/9/2010
  • More later and some tips (C) Copyright 1/9/2010

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  • 1. Managing Value,Changing the world
  • 2. 1000BC 2000ADGDP per head
  • 3. What should we do?
  • 4. FinancialvalueAccount for all value?Account formore value
  • 5. To change the way theworld accounts forvalueOur Mission
  • 6. • Support SROI as a principles based approach• Support network of people and organisationsusing and developing SROI• Recognise good practise as a means ofstandardising application of principles• Collect and share examples of how SROI helpsmake better decisions• Show that it is possible to account for more valueand communicate different values in a consistentand useful wayObjectives
  • 7. How much of a differenceare we making?We have to answer the question
  • 8. Affiliated networksNetherlandsAustraliaSwedenUKJapanCanadaSpainPortugal
  • 9. How accountable?It’s a chilling thought that when wethink we are doing good, we mayactually be doing harm, but it is onewe must always be alive to.- Dr Ben Goldacre, Bad Science
  • 10. FinancialaccountingCostBenefitAnalysisSustainabilityaccountingEvaluationSROI
  • 11. Jeremy NichollsJeremy.nicholls@thesroinetwork.org@jeremyanichollswww.thesroinetwork.orgwww.wikivois.orgwww.accountingforvalue.org