Commission on Social Investment

The UK’s 100,000 social enterprises continue to report that access to finance remains a barrier to their growth and development.

In order to investigate the current state of the social investment market and how the market can support the future growth of social enterprises, Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, has set up a new independent Commission.

The Commission will gather evidence and publish a report on how the social investment market can be improved in the Autumn 2020.

The Commission is made up a panel of independent experts with a secretariat provided by Social Enterprise UK.

The Commission is kindly supported by Fusion21 – a national social enterprise. 

Fusion 21 supported the Adebowale Commission on Social Investment

The Commissioners

Find out more about the Commissioners taking part in the Adebowale CommissionRead more

Get Involved

The voice of social enterprises will be front and centre of this commission. Find out how you can get involved.Read more

Research Sessions

Part of the Commission will involved in-depth research sessions examining specific aspects of the social investment market. Find out how you can get involvedRead more

Frequently Asked Questions

To find out more about the Adebowale Commission read these FAQs.Read more