Building Connections for Enterprising Women
This project aims to map and strengthen women’s economic inclusion and enterprise development.
In partnership with Good Shepherd Microfinance and working closely with colleagues at Swinburne Sarawak, this project brings together practitioners and researchers with expertise in women’s enterprise development in two very different regional contexts: Sarawak and Victoria.
Through a series of forums, roundtables and videoconferences to share expertise, the project is mapping the enterprise development ecosystem and creating a platform for long-term strategic collaboration among research and practice organisations that support women’s economic inclusion.
October 2017 – January 2019
- Professor Robyn Eversole, research leader
- Dr Vinita Godinho, research leader
- Ms Emma Barker-Perez
- Associate Professor Naomi Birdthistle
- Dr Ida Fatimawati Adi Badiozaman
- Dr Weng Marc Lim
- Dr Jeffrey TeckWeng Jee
- Dr MungLing Voon
- Dr Patrice Braun, Federation University
- Dr June Ngo
- Ms Lauren Thomas
- Dr Megerssa Tolessa Walo
This project is in partnership with Australia-ASEAN Council and Good Shepherd Microfinance.
Enterprising Rural Women — North West Tasmania: Final Report August 2018
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