Registrations open for social impact measurement course

No Brasil e no mundo, cresce o interesse em negócios que conciliem mudanças e impactos sociais positivos e resultado social mensurável. A Sitawi acredita que a medir esse impacto é fundamental para o desenvolvimento e bom desempenho de iniciativas, sejam elas com ou sem fins de lucro.

The Social Impact Measurement course, created in partnership with Insper Metriimpacto socialcis and the Institute for the Development of Social Investment (IDIS), presents some evaluation methodologies, with special emphasis on Additionality and SROI (Social Return on Investment), addressing the principles to be followed for carrying out the evaluation of projects or social businesses , whether implemented by foundations or institutes (corporate or family), civil society organizations, companies, social businesses or impact investment funds. 

The course is aimed at professionals working in third sector institutions, social investors, social entrepreneurs and impact investment funds. To participate, you must have higher education. 

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About Insper Metricis

Insper Metricis carries out studies on investments and business strategies with a high socio-environmental impact. Special emphasis is given to the development of tools for impact assessment, as well as for the validation of measures carried out by organizations and governments. With clear and objective evaluation procedures, validated by an independent organization, it is possible to stimulate not only the growth of investments and impact businesses, but also to promote new ways of attracting and financing these projects. In addition, with the learning generated by the projects, it is expected a continuous recording and improvement of best practices through cases and research related to high-impact projects.

About IDIS – Institute for Social Development

IDIS – Institute for the Development of Social Investment, founded in 1999, is a civil society organization of public interest (OSCIP) that is a pioneer in technical support and consultancy for social investors in Brazil and Latin America. It facilitates the engagement of people, families, companies and communities in strategic social actions that transform reality, contributing to the reduction of social inequalities in the country. Its mission is to support private social investment for the development of a more just and sustainable society. It works in two ways: developing and disseminating concepts and practices of private social investment, and meeting the demand for technical support from companies, foundations, institutes and individuals.

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