Enterprising Rural Women is a community development initiative designed to empower rural women in a disadvantaged region to achieve their aspirations for economic participation and leadership. Academic and industry experts from multiple partner organisations will work with rural women to co-design a relevant, accessible learning program for women in North West Tasmania and elsewhere.

Project timeframe

December 2017 – August 2018

Research team

This project is in partnership with Collier Charitable Fund, and involves collaboration with the following organisations: Switch Tasmania, Tasmania Women in Agriculture, NILS (No Interest Loan Scheme) Tasmania, Good Shepherd Microfinance, and the Institute for Regional Development – University of Tasmania.

Enterprising Rural Women — North West Tasmania: Final Report August 2018
Centre for Social Impact Swinburne

Enterprising Rural Women — North West Tasmania: Final Report August 2018

Swinburne University of Technology's final report on building connections for enterprising women.

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