The Common Approach will be hosting webinar over the next few months!
Check out our webinar page for the upcoming webinars and registration links.
Common Impact Data Standard Release
The latest version of the data standard is now available! This will make sharing impact data easier. This work is being done in collaboration with Professor Mark Fox at the Centre for Social Services Engineering at the University of Toronto.
For more information on this standard click here.
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Check out the training videos
There’s a comprehensive range of Common Approach training already available on video. Online sessions are recorded and posted for everyone to watch. The training videos include six sessions produced by the Social Enterprise Institute that will take you through the Common Foundations in just 30-minutes.
Check out who is involved
An essential element of the Common Approach is that it is Community-Driven. The development of the Common Approach has been led by an amazing group of partners from universities like Carleton and University of Toronto to capacity builders, like Social Enterprise Institute and the Canadian CED Network, to operating charities like Furniture Bank.
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The Common Approach is continuously moving forward with the development of the four standards. New initiatives, research, and announcements are ongoing. Follow the Common Approach on social media and subscribe for updates in your inbox.
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For the standard to grow, people and organizations need to be able to demonstrate that they are using the Common Approach. Social purpose organizations aligning with all five practices, trainers and consultants, developers can request use of the identifier.
Bryn Sadownik (Vancity) and Rachel Berdan (Pillar) are Common Approach Champions who are including the Common Approach in their capacity building work.
Meet consultants Cathy Lang, Kerri Klein, Laurie Ringaert, and Garth Yule. They have incorporated Common Foundations into their work with social purpose organizations.