The Centre for Social Impact (UWA), thought leader in social investment and sustainable communities, is a joint venture between the national Centre for Social Impact and The University of Western Australia Business School.
At The University of Western Australia, the Centre for Social Impact is headed by Winthrop Professor Paul Flatau, Chair in Social Investment and Impact and Director of the Centre for Social Impact.
Nationally, the Centre for Social Impact is a partnership between the business schools of The University of Western Australia, The University of New South Wales, The University of Melbourne and Swinburne University of Technology and is headed by UNSW Dr Andrew Young.
Our mission at the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) is to create beneficial social impact in Australia through teaching, research, measurement and the promotion of public debate.
We bring together the business, government, philanthropic and third (not-for-profit) sectors, in a collaborative effort to build community capacity and generate social innovation.
At the CSI, we seek to respond to the rapidly evolving needs of business, government, the third sector, and the emerging framework of social investment and the developing challenges of corporate responsibility and sustainability. We aim to deliver our mission in four key ways: