Social Value Canada – Social Value Matters – Digital
What to expect from the #SVM2020 Conference
Live Content That Will Endure
We are counting the days until #SVM2020 goes live, bringing together practitioners, leaders and experts for a truly global conversation on social value. A cross-sector dialogue, #SVM2020 will unpick how businesses, governments and civil society can express the value of what matters most, prioritizing social, economic and financial outcomes.
With sessions of interest across sectors, conversations to unfold include: What is the value of culture? What is the role of corporate and government procurement in advancing equality and environmental sustainability? Will wellbeing economies enable the world to #BuildBackBetter? What is the role of business in achieving the UN SDGs by 2030? And much, much more.
A live ticket gives access to the most important conversations of our time. A replay ticket enables return and on demand access to key learnings as part of the emerging SVI library. Will you be part of the new #SocialValueMatters movement and join us on September 28?
The Rise of Inequality as a Corporate Concern – Canadian Corporate Leaders Join to Create Black North
Without question, physical, mental, and societal #wellbeing is now at the forefront of many discussions. It’s at the very heart of the social value agenda and at #SVM2020 we’ll be exploring the concept of well-being from many different angles.
Speakers such as Daniel Fujiwara, PhD, founder of Simetrica-Jacobs and Michael Weatherhead, the Organization and Projects Lead at the WEAll (Wellbeing Economy Alliance) are on the #SVM2020 Agenda.
For more information check out our conference website here!
What is the Value of Art and Culture?
Join Simon Brault, Director and CEO of the Canadian Council for the Arts, and Harman Sagger of the UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport in discussing the intrinsic value of culture.
Can we express the value of cultural assets? With such great variety, can this value be applied consistently to inform decision-making?
Register to join Simon and Harman here in one of the many exciting and topical conversations at #SVM2020.
Hon. Audrey Tang, Digital Minister, Taiwan
Digital Minister Audrey Tang is both Taiwan’s youngest and its first transgender minister. Audrey’s unique perspective and skills are helping to shape Taiwan’s democratic process by facilitating open government and transparency. Minister Tang speaks with intelligence, enthusiasm and humour on empowering democracy through data and is a much sought-after speaker internationally.
Audrey Tang firmly believes that democratic governments must trust its citizens with data. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been a clear example of this success. In creating an app to show, in real-time, the availability and location of masks and future supply, citizens of Taiwan were able to calmly and confidently protect their health throughout the onset of a global pandemic.
We are thrilled to have Minister Tang speaking at #SVM2020 live from Taiwan. Wherever you are in the world, #SVM2020 has content for you, in your time zone. To register for this incredible conversation, click here.
Naina Subberwal Batra, CEO, AVPN
Naina Subberwal Batra is the Chairperson and CEO of AVPN, an organization dedicated to building a vibrant and high-influence social impact community across Asia.
AVPN has matched investment and opportunity of over $10 billion dollars in Asia (thus far in 2020). Naina leads the way in exploring how philanthropy is essential to seed our vision for social finance as a mechanism to achieve impact, even more so now in our post-COVID-19 recovery.
Join us and hear Naina speak on Why Philanthropy is Essential to Seed Social Finance. Register here.
No matter where you are in the world, join us In The Studio with Ben Carpenter, CEO of Social Value International, and Stephanie Robertson, Board Chair of Social Value Canada.