This event is part of the GSEF Global Virtual Forum:
Great Challenges, Greater Solidarity: Power of Community and SSE as a Path for Transformation
Date: 19 - 23 October 2020
See the whole programme here.
How do you measure the impact and performance of SSE organizations and enterprises? At this Special Session of the GSEF Global Virtual Forum, participants will be able to deepen their understanding of this issue and learn about emerging, innovative methodologies and indicators for measuring SSE's social, economic and environmental impacts. It will also be an opportunity to find out about the indicators that UNRISD is developing in its Sustainable Development Performance Indicators
- Ilcheong Yi (UNRISD): Background of the SDPI project 📊 Access presentation
- Marguerite Mendell (Concord University & Karl Polanyi Institute): Limitations and opportunities of existing indicators for SSE organizations and enterprises 📊 Access presentation
- Peter Utting (UNRISD): Methodologies and indicators in the SDPI project for SSE organizations and enterprises 📊 Access presentation
- Sonja Novkovic (Saint Mary’s University): Implications of selected SDPI indicators for SSE organizations and enterprises and their activities 📊 Access presentation
Ilcheong Yi (UNRISD)
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