Our aim at the Euclid Summit 2016 in Zagreb was to create connections and share knowhow for those who see civil society and social enterprise as a force to drive positive change. We we were delighted to welcome 155 delegates from 28 countries in Europe and beyond who learnt new knowhow in a range of masterclasses, made new connections through evening networking cafes and heard from international civil society leaders and social entrepreneurs who captured the latest trends in skills and knowledge for social impact.
We are now pleased to share with you the presentations and other resources on the summit’s dedicated website.
We also invite you to relive some of the highlights by viewing this page.
In case you missed it at the summit, Pioneers Post was our media partner for the event. You can read some of its coverage of the event and other news online.
Stay tuned for upcoming Webinar and Q&A on FUNDRAISING and SOCIAL INNOVATION in April and May 2016. Watch this space…
Social Impact measurement is an increasingly hot topic for social innovators, social entrepreneurs and third sector organisations alike, recently sparking plenty of debate in the social impact space. Let’s face it, it’s not enough to have an innovative idea anymore to make a difference – for this idea to become a sustainable impact venture, it not only needs to generate social value, but also needs to be measurable.
Before social innovators can even begin to talk about these latest trends, it is crucial that the context from which they are operating allow for innovative ideas and social experimentation. And this is not necessarily the case, especially for third sector organisations and public bodies which generally operate from less nimble and agile structures.
With less than two weeks to go before the Euclid Summit, we turn our attention once again to Zagreb where international experts and stakeholders will come together on 24-26 February to showcase and discuss the latest trends and skills needed to drive positive change. The summit’s ‘knowhow for impact’ stream will explore these latest trends and help social innovators, social entrepreneurs and third sector leaders identify the key skills for social impact required in the years to come.Read more...
Whether you’re discussing the varied state of the social economy, social impact bonds or the social investment readiness, understanding the latest trends and financial tools for driving social innovation in Europe can be somewhat challenging.
With the Euclid Summit fast approaching, we turn our attention to Zagreb where international experts and stakeholders will come together on 24-26 February to showcase and discuss the latest trends and skills needed to drive positive change. The summit’s ‘knowhow for money’ stream will shed some welcome light on many of these issues.Read more...