Social Return on Investment Analysis (SROI)

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By applying the principles of SROI, it is possible to create a consistent and credible account for the value that is being created or destroyed.  

Social Value is the value that people place on the changes they experience in their lives. Some, but not all of this value is captured in market prices.

An account of social value is a story about the changes experienced by people. It includes  qualitative, quantitative and comparative information, and also includes environmental changes in relation to how they affect people’s lives.

By applying the Principles, it is possible to create a consistent and credible account for the value that is being created or destroyed.  

 

Annette Hoskisson, Director of Social Evaluate is an accredited Social Return on Investment Practitioner, qualified to undertake a Social Return on Investment Analysis.

Annette has undertaken SROI analysis for the following projects:

  • The YMCA Bridge Project,

  • Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) Perth Cultural Centre,

  • State Library of Western Australia- Better Beginning Project

  • Community Arts Network (CAN) Strong culture, Strong Communities Project

  • Fortescue Metals – Fly in Fly Out Impacts on workers and families

 

Annette has also lectured in Social Return on Investment Analysis and mentored post graduate students in SROI methodology on the University of Western Australia, Graduate Certificate in Social Impact.