impACT - for pioneers in social impact assessment

All across the world, people make our society more sustainable, social, inclusive and fair with innovative projects and social enterprises. You help them by funding their ideas, giving changemakers your advice and letting them realise their full potential.
You want your help to go a long way. But how do you prioritize your efforts to achieve the greatest impact? Which tools do changemakers need to make, measure and grow their impact? And how do you know your support really makes organisations more sustainable or resilient?

Welcome to the first international conference on social impact assessment on March 25 & 26, 2019 in Brussels (Belgium).
Join impact pioneers and learn from international experts how to ACT on impACT. Find out why and how support organisations and projects work together to grow their impact. On Monday, you'll learn from international experts and pioneers about the importance and benefits of social impact assessment for their work. Speakers include social entrepreneur Arnoud Raskin (Mobile School), professor Jan Jonker, Alessia Gianoncelli (EVPA), Sadik Harchaoui (Society Impact), Annica Johansson (Reach for Change) and Mark Andries (VLAIO). In the afternoon, there will be several interactive breakout sessions. On Tuesday, you'll take the next step in impact assessment in hands-on workshops.

Program & practical info

Discover the program on
March 25th & 26th, 2019 * Brussels * English spoken *
Registration fee: 150 euro / 2 days or 80 euro/ one day

What to expect?

- A unique exchange with international pioneers and experts
- Learn about the importance and benefits of social impact assessment
- Get honest insights from support organisations and social entrepreneurs
- Discover state-of-the-art practical tips & tools such as Impact Wizard to start evaluating social impact

For whom?

Social entrepreneurs and support organisations such as philanthropists, foundations, grant givers, umbrella organisations or incubators who want to develop and grow in impact assessment.

Who are we?