San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thursday 28th June 2012, 13.30 - 17.00
- Jon Trickett MP, Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office
- Dave Neilson, Chief Executive, Fusion 21
- Rebecca O'Neil, Head of Communications and Marketing, Selwood Housing
- Lord Adebowale, Chief Executive, Turning Point
- Caroline Julian, Senior Researcher and Project Manager, ResPublica (Chair)
How should we measure or demonstrate ‘social value’ at a local level?
- Chris White MP, Sponsor of the Public Services (Social Value) Bill
- David Tyler, Chief Executive, Community Matters
- Sarah McCoy, Senior Researcher, SROI Network
- Jane Dudman, Editor, Guardian's Public Leaders Network (Chair)
- Kate Markey, Deputy Chief Executive, CAN
When & Where
ResPublica is an independent, non-partisan UK think tank founded by Phillip Blond in November 2009. In July 2011, the ResPublica Trust was established as a not-for-profit entity which oversees all of ResPublica's domestic work. We focus on developing practical solutions to enduring socio-economic and cultural problems of our time, such as poverty, asset inequality, family and social breakdown, and environmental degradation.
We have had demonstrable success with innovative research that has been seen to make an impact on the policy landscape. Our reports have received widespread acclaim from policy-makers and practitioners, the media, and politicians from both sides of the political spectrum. We regularly host events and discussion forums that facilitate debate and extend our outreach. ResPublica is also a membership organisation, offering personal membership packages as a means for interested and like-minded individuals to engage with ResPublica in a way that is tailored to their own interests.