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49 Days Until #SVM2020!

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What is the social value agenda? The social value agenda is about building the skills and tools in every sector that will address inequality, reduce climate change, and build better well-being for all.

Tickets Now Available for Social Value Matters 2020: People, Planet and Power

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Social Value Matters is an annual conference organized by Social Value International (SVI) in collaboration with our networks around the world. This year, Social Value Canada is convening a virtual conference from Toronto this September 28th - October 2nd. Our members share a common goal: to change the way society accounts for value.

Les Canadiens Sont Appelés À S’engager Dans Un Mouvement International Pour La Prise En Compte De La Valeur Sociale

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April 9, 2020 /3BL Media/ –Social Value Canada (SVC) est fière d’annoncer le lancement de son système d’adhésion au réseau canadien de valeur sociale – une ressource essentielle pour l’avancement de la réflexion sur la valeur sociale parmi les grandes sociétés, les organismes gouvernementaux, les organismes sans but lucratif et les organismes de bienfaisance.

March 2020 Social Value Insider

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Check out the March Social Value Insider for upcoming events, information on the re-launch of the Canadian social value network and more!

https://socialvalue-canada.org/march-2020-social-value-insider/

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To Save the Planet We Must Address Inequality

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In advance of the 50th Davos conference this past January, Forum founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab and the heads of Bank of America and Royal DSM sent a commitment - to do everything in their power to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 or earlier.

This call-to-action come on the heels of other newsworthy steps taken by the corporate community, including a letter signed by Apple CEO Tim Cook and other CEOs in December 2019 urging the Trump administration to keep the United States a member of the Paris Agreement.

Evaluation and Impact Measurement in the Social Economy

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This webinar will give an overview of a three year project conducted by TIESS and its partners on evaluation and impact measurement for the social economy (2016-2019). It will focus on the Quebec context, the approach chosen by TIESS to carry out this work, its achivements (like the Montreal Declaration) and the tools that are avaialble to all in French and will soon be adapted and translated for the rest of Canada.

Community Investment Meeting November 28th | Impact in a Time of Change

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The community investment field is changing rapidly. Discussions of purpose, climate, technology and social innovation (among others!) are opportunities for community investment strategies to eveolve, deepen impact and offer meaningful results to the business.

Join community investment peers in Calgary. Engage in conversation focused upon achieveing impact objectives, when the only thing constant is change.

Thinking About the Value of Purpose

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By: Stephanie Robertson

I'm often asked about what prompted my journey into social impact measurement. As the founder of SiMPACT Strategy Group and Chair of Social Value Canada (SVC), I've simply always been fascinated by the challenge of valuing social things. For those unsure of who we are, SVC is the Canadian affiliate of Social Value International - an international non-profit dedicated to changing how the world accounts for value. We believe this change is necessary to reduce inequality and environmental degradation.

#SDGs 3, 13, 14, 15 – Good Health & Well-Being, Climate Action, Life Below the Water, Life on Land

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MEC’s Community Investment (CI) vision is to build a community of active outdoor enthusiasts. With a clear link to MEC’s corporate purpose i.e. to inspire and enable everyone to lead active outdoor lifestyles – MEC’s CI vision includes removing barriers to engagement with the outdoors among people living within urban centres.

Financial Literacy and Support - Aligning Community Impact With the Sustainable Development Goals

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Financial stability for individuals and families is a key factor underpinning achievement of many of the Sustainable Development Goals including SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10.

For those living without financial stability, the absence of the essential habits to get on the path to financial stability can be the biggest barrier to success. The road to financial empowerment includes personal financial skills development through example and experience.

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