Social Value Aotearoa is the New Zealand member network of Social Value International, providing accredited training on Social Return on Investment, Impact Management, and other related topics. We are a small but growing network with different training options available throughout the year. We also can connect you to mentors and other organisations working on their impact journeys.

Below you can find information on the different learning and development opportunities available through Social Value Aotearoa. These trainings and events are usually open to all, with discounts available to our members. You can also check out our resources page for more learning tools, and our events page for upcoming opportunities in your area.

25 October 2016

Impact Convergence – follow the international conference on now

  Follow all the interesting discussion happening live at Impact Convergence! With Waipareira Trust CEO John Tamihere representing NZ as a keynote speaker and the Social […]
4 October 2016

What does Social Value meant to you?

Social Value Aotearoa is NZ’s National Member Network for Social Value International (SVI). They have just launched their 2016 annual survey and we need the kiwi […]
1 July 2016

Power to the people

When Te Pou Matakana conference key note speaker Jeremy Nicholls arrived in New Zealand, he knew little about Māori culture and even less about Whānau Ora. […]
1 February 2016

Making Change Matter: Six things we learnt about measuring the effectiveness of your programmes.

https://youtu.be/gvLAfKNJCuE Over 60 people from across SBN and Social Value Aotearoa’s networks gathered at Wellington Zoo on 23 February to discover how to make sure social […]
1 December 2015

Welcome SVA from SVUK

We were so thrilled to connect with Richard Kennedy – Chair Social Value UK, Co-Chair Social Value International – and we look forward to working together […]
15 November 2015

Critical Mass at the Royal Institution London UK

We had a deeply humbling and inspired experience at Critical Mass 2015 at the Royal Institute in London. We are so looking forward to connecting NZ […]