Welcome to our social accounts area.
Social Accounts are one of the ways in which Shared Interest
holds itself accountable to those people that have an interest in
its activities. Part of the social accounting process is to
identify key groups of such stakeholders, and to consult with them
on their view of our performance against the mission and values which we
espouse. In the section which follows, we therefore define our
understanding of the stakeholders of Shared Interest and detail the
consultations which have taken place over the past year.
In addition to stakeholder consultation, we provide a report on
our performance using internal data. This seeks to show the
progress that we have made in the year on delivering against key
indicators, as measures of the aims and activities outlined in
Section 4. Where possible we have provided external benchmarks
against which this performance can be evaluated.
Increasingly we expect such information to come from business
systems which are used in the daily running of our operations.
Given the time and resources which go into producing social
accounts, it is important to us that they are used to help us
improve future performance. Under each section we therefore draw
conclusions and develop recommendations against which we report
progress in the following year.
This is our ninth set of annual social accounts. It has been
compiled in accordance with the process recommended by the Social
Audit Network UK and audited by a panel chaired by a SAN qualified
You will find elements of our research and findings throughout
this website as the process is an organic and integral part of our
work. Please get in touch with any comments or feedback you have on
our Social Accounts.
Please take some time to read through the Shared Interest Social Accounts audited report for 2012 - 2013