Coinciding with the 26th anniversary of the UN International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and taking inspiration from this, SAN will explore how social accounting and audit can be used to gain a better understanding of poverty, including:

  • What poverty looks like in the UK in 2018, drawing inspiration from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Exploring the international viewpoint; local learning from global activities
  • Viewing poverty from the positions of a range of stakeholders – lived experiences, investors, funders and commissioners of services, researchers and service delivery
  • Debating how social accounting and audit can be applied to better understand poverty

The full list of speakers will be announced soon, but already confirmed are representatives from the Big Lottery, Universities of Huddersfield and Salford, and the Bolton Social Business Collective.

Event Fees*

FULL DAY - £125 per delegate / SAN members £80

(including lunch)


e-mail [email protected] or call 0151 706 8121


*Discounts will be available for Members of Social Value UK (SVUK) and Social Enterprise UK (SEUK)