Social and relationship capital

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Financial reporting - sustainability - integrated reporting - Value Reporting Foundation - International Integrated Reporting Framework - capital.

The International Integrated Reporting Framework defines social and relationship capital to include:

  • Shared norms, and common values and behaviours.
  • Key stakeholder relationships, and the trust and willingness to engage that an organisation has developed and strives to build and protect with external stakeholders.
  • Intangible assets associated with the brand and reputation that an organisation has developed.
  • The organisation’s social licence to operate.

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