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Social Value Canada is convening the September 28-29 gatherings of #SVM2020: People, Plant & Power on behalf of the Social Value International (SVI) network. Speakers include local, national and international thought-leaders and practitioners from across the social value agenda.

The essence of #SVM2020: People, Plant & Power is highly relevant to all sectors. We all know that the urgency of climate change is unignorable and must be addressed. Systemic and growing inequality is an equally urgent priority requiring immediate action.


Social Value Matters conferences are designed for leaders, planners and activators in all sectors, those seeking tools, guidance and knowledge on how to take concrete actions to address climate change and inequality across their various spheres of responsibility.


The world is calling for new and better leadership, actions that truly acknowledge and value both people and our environment, and approaches that increase wellbeing for all. Corporate, public sector and social sector roles, organizations of all sizes and each individual has an important role to play. #SVM2020: People, Plant & Power is your SVI resource on the path to a better way forward.  


Join us. Contact svc@socialvalue-canada.org to register.
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Daniel Fujiwara

Simetrica
Founding Director
Daniel Fujiwara is the founding director of Simetrica. He is an economist specialising in policy evaluation and social impact measurement and has over 15 years of experience working in government and in international organisations. Previously, Daniel was head of cost-benefit analysis at the Department for Work and Pensions (UK) and has held Senior Economist positions at the Cabinet Office (UK), the Ministry of Defence (UK) and the Ministry of Finance (Tanzania) and research positions at the United Nations (UNDP and UNOPS). He has overseen evaluations on project and policy investments totalling over £50 billion. In the UK Government he was a lead adviser on valuation techniques for non-market goods and on policy evaluation methodology and in 2012 he was awarded the John Hoy Memorial Prize in Economics for his contribution to policy evaluation in the UK Government.

Daniel's research specialises in philosophy (normative ethics and business ethics), microeconomic theory, econometrics, non-market valuation and behavioural science. He has published widely in the area of social impact and is a referee for a number of academic journals. Daniel holds a BSc and MSc in Economics and an Mphil and PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is a Research Associate at the Centre for Quality of Life at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and lectures at the LSE and University of Cambridge.
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