LATEST ON GLE PERSPECTIVES
The second virtual meeting of the GLE was webcast live from Berlin, coming on the heels of the third G8 Taskforce meeting. Featuring Sir Ronald Cohen, in conversation with Rosemary Addis, the Webinar provided […]
The January Webinar of the Global Learning Exchange focused on “The Role of Public Sector Leadership in Enabling Social Innovation.” The discussion was led by Rosemary Addis (Impact Investing Australia and Impact Investing Policy Collaborative); […]
By Ben Thornley, Pacific Community Ventures; Cathy Clark, CASE i3: Initiative on Impact Investing Duke Fuqua School of Business; Jed Emerson, ImpactAssets
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On 20 February, practitioners from across sectors and across the globe joined me in conversation with Sir Ronald Cohen, Chair of the Social Impact Invest Taskforce, live from Berlin. The focus for discussion was how the […]
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Transparency is a vital tool in delivering social impact. Greater transparency in the social investment market will help more social ventures get access to the capital […]
GLE February Webinar: Towards a Global Market for Impact Investing: The International Taskforce and other levers for change
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. PLEASE CHECK THE GLE WEBSITE FOR A RECORDING OF THE WEBCAST AND RELATED RESOURCES. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION.
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ABOUT THE GLE
The Social Impact Investment Forum highlighted a shared ambition to move the social impact investment market towards maturity and global scale and included 150 high-level government officials, philanthropists, business and finance executives, social entrepreneurs, and academics who have been leaders in the field. The aim of the event was to build a platform to catalyze the global market for social impact investment – a key component of which was an initiative introduced that day, the Global Learning Exchange (GLE).
The UK Cabinet Office has invited the World Economic Forum together with the Impact Investing Policy Collaborative (IIPC), to curate and convene a GLE that is truly global in reach – extending from the G8 to the G20, and beyond – inclusive in its approach, and focused on sharing best practices.
The GLE is created as a complement to existing market knowledge and infrastructure, elevating and amplifying the expertise of leading practitioners and networks. The GLE will provide a resource for global peer-to-peer learning on social impact investment among public officials, investors, philanthropic and civil society organizations, international financial institutions, and business leaders with a nexus to policy.
The GLE will organize regular virtual meetings for public engagement, and will maintain a knowledge-sharing space through this website. Further, the GLE will also convene in-person meetings to expand cross-sector debate on issues of public leadership and the impact investing market.
The open learning and partnership approach of the GLE was applauded by UK Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd MP, at its announcement at the G8 Social Impact Investment Forum in June.
MINISTER NICK HURD MP ANNOUNCES THE GLOBAL LEARNING EXCHANGE
Nick Hurd MP, Minister of Civil Society, Government of the UK announced the formation of the Global Learning Exchange at the G8 Social Impact Investment Forum held in London on June 6, 2013.