In the past few months the Global Value Exchange team has been busy uploading information to help you measure, manage and maximise your social value! Information has been uploaded as a series of Shared Measurement Frameworks (SMFs) to further enhance the functionality of the free myGVE tool. All of the frameworks below can be added to your myGVE project as a SMF, allowing you to integrate them into your impact measurement systems.
Frameworks and data sets now available:
European Pillar of Social Rights
This set of 20 key principles gives policy-makers a framework for delivering rights for EU citizens across three categories:
- Equal opportunities and access to the labour market
- Fair working conditions
- Social protection and inclusion
Gender Development Index (GDI)
The GDI measures the gender gap in levels of health, knowledge and living standards for 160 countries. The GDI is based on the same robust methodology as the Human Development Index (HDI), allowing more informed decisions to be made in order to reduce the disparities between men and women.
Gender Inequality Index (GII)
The GII measures the human development costs of gender inequality across the domains of reproductive health, empowerment and economic status. Like the GDI, the index is based on HDI methodology and can provide insight into gender inequalities.
Benefits of corporate volunteering
This framework details some of the potential benefits of corporate volunteering on employees, employers and the community. It has been adapted from "Exploring the Whole Value of Corporate Volunteering," available here.
English Indices of Deprivation 2015
This framework, published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government contains indicators you can use to measure levels of deprivation across seven domains:
· Income Deprivation
· Employment Deprivation
· Education, Skills and Training Deprivation
· Health Deprivation and Disability
· Barriers to Housing and Services
· Living Environment Deprivation
Measures of National Well-being
This framework gives outcomes, indicators and benchmarks published by the Office for National Statistics. Metrics relate to the domains:
To explore the dashboard this framework is based on, please click here.
- Personal Well-being
- Out Relationships
- What we do
- Where we live
- Personal Finance
- Education and Skills
Positive Peace Index
"The Positive Peace Index measures the level of Positive Peace in 162 countries from 2005 to 2015. The index has been constructed based on IEP's statistical analysis of over 4,700 variables to identify the attitudes, institutions and structures characteristic of the world's most peaceful countries."
Global Youth Wellbeing Index
"To offer a comprehensive view of successes and gaps for youth worldwide, the 2017 Global Youth Wellbeing Index includes 29 countries and covers seven domains: gender equality, economic opportunity, education, health, citizen participation, safety and security, and information and communication technology. With data gathered from international sources and a direct survey of young people globally, the Index offers decision-makers a way of identifying and understanding opportunities for critical youth investments."
Would you like to add your own framework or data set to the Global Value Exchange? Do you know of any impact measurement metrics our users would find useful? Contact the team here