A social audit is a way of measuring, understanding, reporting and ultimately improving an organization’s social and ethical performance. We were trying to figure out where we were, how far had we drifted from our values, and what we could do it fix it.
The first Woodsworth social audit was in 1989. In both cases, since the audits were designed, administered and compiled by a committee of co-op volunteers and not trained social scientists, the figures reported are subject to an unknown margin of error.
Click on each goal to read the report from the 2001 social audit: