Archives for November, 2013

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Indigenous Australian Entrepreneurship

BRW has outlined (Published 22 November 2013) an exciting project: Aboriginal entrepreneurs start indigenous consulting firm with PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC Indigenous Consulting chief executive Jason Eades says the firm has a clear focus on indigenous-related work, which he believes is a market worth around $50 million. Photo: John Woudstra BRW says: Four Aboriginal entrepreneurs ...
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Debt: Crisis for the poor financial boon for others

November 15, 2013 by Workshop Peer Julie Kun The Rolling Jubilee Project highlights how much of the economy revolves around consumerism and the poor being in debt. In America debt is parceled up and sold at a discount to companies who chase the debt for profit. This is a lucrative industry ...
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The radical Christian roots of co-ops

The roots of the commitment to ‘civil society’ and co-operatives can be found in traditional/radical Christian social thought and across theological divides. The Protestant Levellers and Diggers of 17th century England, as well as John Wesley, who worked to establish co-operatives and credit unions to promote associative welfare amongst people living in ...
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