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May 16

Develop and Sustain Successful Partnerships

Participation in economic activity can be in many forms: Employment, whether casual, part time or full time Self-Employment, including working for one client to multiple clients Social Enterprises which have both social and economic outcomes Commercial enterprise as a micro business, a small business or a corporate business People are at the centre of all … Continue reading Develop and Sustain Successful Partnerships

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Apr 16

Enterprise Learning Projects – Growing capacity from the ground up

Author:Laura Egan

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A love of business, a passion for economic inclusion and a curiosity about Australia’s Aboriginal cultures led me to establish Enterprise Learning Projects (ELP) in late 2010. ELP works in partnership with remote Aboriginal communities to develop inclusive, creative and sustainable enterprise-based initiatives that support family and community goals. The seed was planted back in 2006 when I began working … Continue reading Enterprise Learning Projects – Growing capacity from the ground up

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Oct 15

Indigenous Procurement: Delivering Social Impact Through Purchasing

Our purchasing decisions influence the way that supply chains develop. Seeking the lowest price at all costs can result in supply chains with layers of hidden costs through damage to the environment and to the communities involved in that supply chain. However, there are great examples where buyers have changed supply chains in order to deliver … Continue reading Indigenous Procurement: Delivering Social Impact Through Purchasing

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Sep 15

What will be the Future of the Indigenous Procurement Policy under the Turnbull Government?

A couple of weeks into Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership and demands are high on the new Prime Minister to respond to queries about what reforms and policies will be changed or eliminated under his leadership. It is yet to be seen how Turnbull’s leadership will impact a number of these areas, including Indigenous affairs, with the … Continue reading What will be the Future of the Indigenous Procurement Policy under the Turnbull Government?