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Tom Inglis
Location: Scotland
Primary areas of interest: Business and Professional
Primary areas of interest: Advice/Consulting, Culture and Recreation, Employment and Training, Human Rights, Law and Advocacy, Government and/or Public Policy, Health and Wellbeing, Research
Location: England - Midlands
Primary areas of interest: Business and Professional, Culture and Recreation, Government and/or Public Policy, Health and Wellbeing, Housing and Homelessness
Location: England - London
Primary areas of interest: Advice/Consulting, Business and Professional, Economic Development, Finance, Government and/or Public Policy
Location: Wales
Primary areas of interest: Children and Young People, Education, Employment and Training, Health and Wellbeing
Verena Wimmer
Location: England - London
Primary areas of interest: Advice/Consulting, Economic Development, Employment and Training, Government and/or Public Policy, Health and Wellbeing, Social Services, Housing and Homelessness
Victoria Robinson
Location: England - North West
Primary areas of interest: Children and Young People, Culture and Recreation
Location: England - London
Primary areas of interest: Advice/Consulting
Location: England - London
Primary areas of interest: Advice/Consulting, Business and Professional, Children and Young People, Economic Development, Education, Employment and Training, Health and Wellbeing, Social Services, Housing and Homelessness, International Development, Research

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Announcing Social Value UK Community Groups
Social Value Community Groups provide members of Social Value UK the opportunity to come together and connect with other members who hold similar interests,…
Announcing the updated Social Value Management Certificate
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Social Value Always Matters Interview Series Launched
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