Themes

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Global Sisters impact intersects across a number of socio-economic issues, from education to financial wellbeing. Our Sisters are highly diverse and we have a special focus on Sole Parents and Older Women. We support women in regional and remote areas, women escaping domestic violence, and Indigenous women. In this section of the Social Impact site, we share some in-depth analysis of these cross-cutting issues and the remarkable cohorts of Sisters we have the privilege of working alongside.

In this section of the Social Impact site, we share some in-depth analysis in the Themes Papers and overviews in the Spotlights of these cross-cutting issues and the remarkable cohorts of Sisters we have the privilege of working alongside.

Papers

The Real Barriers to Work

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Post Pandemic Recovery

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Women of Colour

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Single Mothers

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Women Over 50

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First Nation Sisters

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B2B Transfer of Value

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Long Term Financial Wellbeing

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Regional Economic Recovery

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Domestic Violence

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Spotlights

Themes
March 18, 2022

Women in STEM and innovation

March 2022

Global Sisters has supported more than 5500 Australian women on their business journeys. The businesses that we support are highly diverse and across all categories. A large cohort have STEM…
Themes
February 10, 2022

Spotlight on Entrepreneurs with a Disability

2023

Global Sisters supports women with a range of disabilities, from vision and hearing impairment to chronic health disability. These Sisters are creating business solutions to social problems, often those that…
Themes
October 22, 2020

Microfinance: Making Business Possible for Maria

October 2020

Maria moved to Australia in 2011 when her husband had completed an MBA in Singapore and been offered a great opportunity in Melbourne. In Chile, Maria had completed a Master…