The Alternative Commission on Social Investment is an initiative set-up to investigate what’s wrong with the UK social investment market and to make practical suggestions for how the market can be made more accessible and relevant to a wider range of charities, social enterprises and citizens working to bring about positive social change.

The Commission will look at how we can move beyond replicating expensive mainstream approaches to finance for the social sector and develop approaches that are more social, putting people before structures and institutions and prioritising social change.

The aim of the Alternative Commission on Social Investment is to investigate what’s wrong with the UK social investment market and to make practical suggestions for how the market can be made more accessible and relevant to a wider range of charities, social enterprises and citizens working to bring about positive social change.

One of the ways they’re doing this is through a short online survey. Please complete the survey yourself and pass on the details to others who may be interested.

The closing date for responses is Friday December 19th 2014 and the Commission will publish its report in February 2015.

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