Stakeholder Engagement Survey : Last call

Your last opportunity to contribute by completing the Stakeholder Engagement Survey

Under the “Putting Stakeholders in the Centre” - Peer Learning Partnership (PLP) formally initiated on 20th May 2021 during the launching event hosted by the OECD Global Action on the Social and Solidarity Economy, we are conducting a worldwide Stakeholder Engagement Survey.

Although we have already gathered valuable insights from different stakeholders around the world, we really want to increase the number of European respondents and further enhance the representativity of the survey results.

This survey shall contribute to improved understanding of (existing and desired) concepts, practices, and policies of stakeholder engagement (SE) in impact measurement and management (IMM) by different types of organizations. The results of the survey will be used for developing capacity building and policy solutions to address barriers and opportunities for effective stakeholder engagement.

Ultimately our peer learning partnership is about leveraging stakeholders’ voices for improving social value generation, within the social and solidarity economy ecosystem and beyond, while enhancing organizations’ accountability to their (underrepresented) stakeholders. You are invited to contribute to this cause.

More information about this partnership (PLP) is available here: SSE PLP Detail — Social Value US 

Please take the survey now! Your contribution is very valuable, and it will only take you 15 minutes.

Please take the survey as soon as possible, but ultimately before September 10th, 2021, when the survey will be fully closed. You can access the survey through these links:

• English:

• French: 

• Spanish : 

• Japanese :

Feel free to share these links to anyone who may want to complete the survey and please also promote the survey through your own networks! Survey results, including country-specific and other contextual analysis, will be shared publicly and respondents will be informed on the results.

If you have any questions and/or comments about this survey, do not hesitate to contact us via Morgane Boquet (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Thank you for your contribution