Social Value: Podcasts
Hosted by former-newsreader and presenter Sian Lloyd, the podcasts will explore into social value in detail and discover what it means to different industries.
Hosted by Sian Lloyd, Wales Co-operative Centres’ first podcast explores the meaning of social value with Adam Cox, Sophie Howe and Jen Gillies Pemberton.
In the second of the series, the focus is on how construction sector embeds social value into its operations. Mike Little from Morgan Sindall and Adam Cox, Wales Co-operative Centre discuss how social value goes beyond winning contracts
The Wales Co-operative Centres’ third podcast on social value invited Keith Edwards, Can Do Approach, Emma Hammonds and Dusi Thomas form Bronafon Housing Association to delve into the ‘Can Do’ approach to social value in social housing.
The Wales Co-operative Centre invited Jayne Lynch, Cardiff University and Antonia Jennings, CLES discuss how organisations spend money matters and has a direct impact on our communities.
The final podcast in the series talks about the role social value plays in social care. Guests include Donna Coyle – Project Manager at the Wales Co-operative Centre and Keri Llewellyn – Managing Director at All Care.