As part of the Social Impact Investment Policy, the NSW Government is again calling for social impact investment proposals to deliver better social and financial outcomes for individuals and communities.
The Social Impact Hub together with the Mercy Foundation has released a report highlighting the significance impact investing holds, in reducing youth homelessness in New South Wales (NSW).
With over 60%
By Sabina Curatolo
Director of Government Relations and Policy, Impact Investing Australia
The welcome announcement by Victoria’s Treasurer, Tim Pallas, on 21 July of a Victorian social impact bond (SIB) pilot scheme,
Impact Investing Australia has welcomed various state government impact investments announced in recent weeks including a new social impact bond in New South Wales as well as Victoria’s first two social
The 2016 Responsible Investment Benchmark Report by the Responsible Investment Association of Australia (RIAA) has revealed that nearly half of Australia’s investments are being invested responsibly.
Based on data supplied by 69 asset
In an Australian first, the New South Wales government will target prisoner recidivism through the use of a social impact investment.
NSW Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Corrections David Elliott announced
Social Finance has launched its seminal report covering the progress of the social impact bond market over the last 6 years.
A social impact bond (SIB), also known as a social benefit
The NSW Office of Social Impact Investment has released a 2016 Statement of Opportunities. The statement identifies policy areas where the Government believes social impact investment may be able to achieve
The Health Minister in South Australia, Jack Snelling, has announced that the South Australian State Government will work with two homelessness support services to see if a new approach to
Washington-based policy think tank, the Brookings Institution, has released the first impartial and independent report on the potential and limitations of social impact bonds (SIBs).
Published in July 2015, the report critically