Conference Program

Time

Activities

Day 0, 26 September 2017

Welcome Dinner

09:00 -19.00

Arrival of Participants at Ngurah Rai International Airport/ Denpasar International Airport and Transfer from Airport to Hotel

19:00-21:00

Welcome Dinner

 

Cultural Performance

Time

Activities

Day 1, 27 September 2017

Opening Program and Plenary on Social Enterprises and the SDGs

Learning Exchange on Measuring Social Enterprise Impact

08:00 - 09:00

Registration and Preliminaries

 

09.00 – 10.30

Opening Program

 

 

Conference Overview, Program Orientation & Acknowledgement of Participants

Ms. Rini Supri Hartanti

Director, Dompet Dhuafa Philantropy/

Conference Local Organizing Committee

 

 

 

Welcome Speech: Mr. Bayu Krisnamurthi

Incoming Executive Chairperson

Bina Swadaya Foundation and

SEAL Conference Convenor

 

Welcome Address: Drs. I Nyoman Wenten

Head of Social Department

Province of Bali, Indonesia

 

 

Inspirational Speeches from Conference Sponsors

Ms. Mari Hiruta

Representative, Japan Foundation Asia Center

Assistant Director, Japan Foundation Jakarta

 

Ms. Jocelyn Villanueva

Representative, Oxfam

Market Systems and Women’s Economic

Empowerment Adviser, Oxfam GB

 

Keynote Address: Minister Eko Putro Sandjojo

Ministry of Villages, Indonesia

10.30 – 10.45

Coffee/Tea/ Networking Break

10.45 – 12:30

Opening Plenary: Social Enterprises and the SDGs

 

Ms. Marta Pérez Cusó

Economic Affairs Officer

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for

Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)

 

Mr. Isagani Serrano

President

Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM)

 

Dr. Marie Lisa Dacanay

President

Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA)

 

Open Forum

 

Moderator: Mr. Gomer Padong

Philippine Social Enterprise Network

Focal Point

Social and Community Enterprises Constituency

Asia-Pacific Regional CSO Engagement Mechanism

(AP-RCEM)

12.30-13.30

Lunch Break

13:30-15:15

Parallel Sessions on Sharing of Experiences and Research Results on Measuring Social Enterprise Impact and Evaluating the Performance of Social Entrepreneurship Initiatives, Part I

Parallel Session A1: Development Indexing and Other Tools for Evaluating the Qualitative Impact of Social Entrepreneurship Initiatives

 

*Applying Development Indexing to BUMDes in Batang, Central Java (Indonesia)

Ms. Ayu Bulan

Staff, Bina Swadaya Konsultan

 

*Crafting a Development Index to Measure the Impact of Gandang Kalikasan/Human Nature on Workers from Marginalized Communities (Philippines)

Mr. John Michael Go

Social Enterprise Development Head

Human Nature (Gandang Kalikasan, Inc)

 

*The Bamboo Ladder Approach as Impact Measurement Tool of the Population and Community Development Association (Thailand)

Mr. Wilas Lohitkul, President

Mr. Wolfgang Frank, Senior Advisor

Population and Community Development Association (PDA)

 

Moderator: Dr. Marie Lisa Dacanay

President, ISEA

13:30 - 15.15

Parallel Session A2: Tools for Measuring the Social and Financial Value Generated by Social Enterprises

 

*Measuring the Impact of Teuk Saat 1001’s Safe Drinking Water Initiative on Children (Cambodia)

Mr. Lo Chay

Executive Director, Teuk Saat 1001

 

*Applying BIA and SROI to Measure the Impact of Social Enterprises: Cases of Fullness Hair Salon and Fullness Auto Service Centre (Hong Kong)

Dr. Terrence Yuen

Executive Director, Hong Kong Institute of Social Impact Analysts

 

*Measuring the Social and Financial Value Created by the Lim Lae Tanon Kon Dern Walking and Art Street (Thailand)

Ms. Pareena Prayukvong

Secretary, The Network for Sustainable Development Association

 

Moderator: Prof. Ronald Chua

Asian Institute of Management (AIM)

15:15 – 15:30

Coffee/Tea/ Networking Break

15:30-17:15

Parallel Sessions on Sharing of Experiences and Research Results on Measuring Social Enterprise Impact, Part II

 

Parallel Session B1: Tools for Measuring the Effectiveness and Performance of Social Entrepreneurship Interventions

 

*Tracking the Performance and Impact of WEAVE in Implementing the Ten Fair Trade Principles Among Women Refugees in the Thai Myanmar Border (Thailand)

Ms. Maria Vitacion Urgel

Executive Director, Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE) and World Fair Trade Organization Asia (WFTO- Asia)

 

*Using People, Planet and Profit Criteria in Assessing FSSI’s Performance Across Two Strategic Periods (Philippines)

Ms. Agnes Bolanos, Board Member

Mr. Jay Berthram Lacsamana, Executive Director

Foundation for Sustainable Society, Inc. (FSSI)

 

*Measuring Effectiveness: Kopernik’s M&E Insights from Last Mile Communities in Indonesia

Ms. Sarah Wilson, Program Manager, KOPERNIK

 

Moderator: Prof. Ronald Chua

Asian Institute of Management

 

 

Parallel Session B2: Strengths and Limitations of SROI as Evaluation Tool for Social Enterprises

 

*Application of SROI and SLIA to Measure Impact: Case of Dompet Dhuafa (Indonesia)

Mr. Kuswolo Darmo

Business Manager, Karya Masyarakat Mandiri

Dompet Dhuafa Philanthropy

 

*SROI as a Tool for Evaluating and Enhancing Social Enterprise Performance (Japan)

Mr. Ken Ito

Executive Director, SROI Network Japan

 

*Applying SROI to Assess PlayMoolah’s Programs in Promoting Financial Literary Among Children, Youth and Adults (Singapore)

Prof. Albert Teo

National University of Singapore

 

Moderator: Ms. Ana Marina Tan

Director, Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship

17:15 – 18:45

Plenary II: Measuring the Impact and Performance of Social Enterprises and Social Entrepreneurship Interventions

 

Presentation of Lessons and Insights from Cases: 15 Minute

Reports from Parallel Sessions by Appointed Representatives

Open Forum and Discussion on Building a Learning Community for Measuring the Impact and Performance of Social Enterprises and Social Entrepreneurship Interventions

 

Moderator: Prof. Albert Teo

National University of Singapore

18:45

End of Day 1

Time

Activities

Day 2, 28 September 2017

Plenary Sessions on Addressing Inequality for a Just Economy

Second ISEA Regional Assembly

08:00 -08:30

Preliminaries

08:30– 10:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plenary III –Addressing Inequality for a Just Economy: Benchmarks for Transformational Partnerships that Impact on Women and Men Small Scale Producers in Agricultural Value Chains

 

Presentation on Benchmarks

Dr. Marie Lisa Dacanay

Project Director

ISEA-Oxfam PROSE-GRAISEA Project

 

Panel of Reactors:

Ms. Pham Kieu Oanh

Executive Director

Center for Social Initiatives Promotion

Vietnam

 

Ms. Jocelyn Villanueva

Market Systems and Women’s Economic

Empowerment Adviser

Oxfam GB

 

Open Forum and Discussion of Action Plans

 

Moderator: Mr. Sunit Shrestha

Executive Director, Change Fusion, Thailand

10:00 -10:15

Coffee/Tea Break

10:15 – 12:00

Plenary IV- Addressing Inequality for a Just Economy: Lessons from Social Entrepreneurship Models in Indonesia

 

Panel of Speakers: Mr. Bayu Krisnamurthi

Incoming Executive Chairperson

Bina Swadaya Foundation

 

Mr. Yudha Abadi

Program Director, Dompet Dhuafa

Philanthropy

 

Mr. Anton Soejawo

Director, Yayasan Dian Desa

 

Open Forum

 

Moderator : Mr. Romi Cahyadi

Chief Executive Officer, UnLtd Indonesia

12:00 -13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 -13:30

Presentations from Conference Sponsors

Ms. Siti Mulyani

Program Development Division Head

Rumah Zakat

 

Ms. Gayatri Syafri

Public Affairs & Relations Officer

General Affairs, PTTEP

13:30 -15:15

Workshop on Conference Declaration and Ways Forward

15:15 – 16:45

Closing Plenary and Program

 

Presentation of Workshop Results on the Conference Declaration & Ways Forward/ Resolutions

 

Closing Address

Dr. Luis Dumlao

Dean, Ateneo de Manila University- John Gokongwei School of Management (ADMU-JGSOM)

 

Acknowledgements and Announcements

by Local Organizing Committee

 

Moderator: Prof. Ronald Chua

Asian Institute of Management (AIM)

16:45 – 17:00

Coffee/Tea/Networking Break

17:00 – 18:30

ISEA Second Regional Assembly

(for ISEA members and partners)

18:30 -19:30

Break for Muslim Prayer/ Dinner

19:30 – 20:30

Continuation of ISEA Second Regional Assembly

(for ISEA members and partners)

Time

Activities

Day 3, 29 September 2017

Field Visit

07.00-20:00

Social enterprise field visit

Mitra Bali Social Enterprise, a member of World Fair Trade Organization.

(Including Dinner)

Time

Activities

Day 4, 30 September 2017

Departure of Participants