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The Alencop cooperative and the Social Return on Investment

In november 2017, the Fundació Campus Arnau d'Escala and the Gabinet d'Estudis Socials concluded another report based on the Social Return on Investment (SROI) methodology. In this case, it was applied to a very innovative project promoted by the Barcelona town council, the cooperativisation of the irregular transport, reciclying and sale of scrap by migrants of South Saharan origin. 

 

The Tres Pins Home and the Social Return on Investment

On November 2017, the Fundació Campus Arnau d'Escala and the Gabinet d'Estudis Socials concluded the report on the social return on investment of the residence and day centre 3 pins. The users of this equipment, located in the Barcelona district of Montjuïc and managed by the Sant Pere Claver Foundation, are persons with intellectual disability and behavioural disorders.

 

Launch of the Come Forward website

The Come Forward project, aimed at combating LGBT hate crimes and the largest international action so far conducted in this area (10 European countries and 22 organisations) has finally launched its website, which will gradually disseminate its activities and resources. This project will generate important research data and will train over 1,000 professionals. See:  

 

Conferència sobre l'avaluació de l'impacte social i econòmic dels projectes d'intervenció

Last 14 of June, a lecture was held in the town of Girona on the evaluation of the social and economic impact of intervention projects. The lecture was given by professor Joan Manuel del Pozo through a paper about the need to measure and communicate the social and economic impact of social intervention projects. Other participants in the lecture were Lluís Marroyo, from the Fundació Campus Arnau d'Escala, and Xavier Vallvé, from the Gabinet d'Estudis Socials, both of whom focused their contributions on the SROI methodology.   

 


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