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Social Auditing

An approach to evaluation of public governance which measures and reports on an organization's social and ethical performance.

(Aeron-Thomas et al., cited in Bovaird, 2005, p.225.)

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Social auditing is an approach to evaluation of public governance, which measures and reports on an organization’s social and ethical performance, taking into account multi-stakeholder assessments on such issues as the equalities agenda, fair employment practices and environmental protection standards.
     
Social Auditing

An approach to evaluation of public governance which measures and reports on an organization's social and ethical performance.

(Aeron-Thomas et al., cited in Bovaird, 2005, p.225.)

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Social auditing is an approach to evaluation of public governance, which measures and reports on an organization’s social and ethical performance, taking into account multi-stakeholder assessments on such issues as the equalities agenda, fair employment practices and environmental protection standards.

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on January 2, 2011


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