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Nobel prize assignment. Cape-york-tourism-report. Wetland Tours At Aurukun Wetlands Cape York North Queensland. Trips typically involve a range of local aboriginal guides – each with connection to particular land or river areas, and with their own special knowledge, expertise and information.

Wetland Tours At Aurukun Wetlands Cape York North Queensland

Various guides will come for different sections of a trip, providing you with a range places and interests during your trip. A typical wetland eco tour will include the following (all optional) activities: Ancient story place interpretation with Elder(s). This includes hearing the ancient story of particular places which are visited, told by the custodial elder.

These are often creation stories, or tales used to convey the importance of place or animalsArt and carving demonstrations. We can customize tours to suit particular interests, on request. What to Bring Don't forget to bring your hat (one which stays on whilst boating!) Cameras are a matter of personal choice. Luggage A 16 kg per person baggage weight restriction applies for light aircraft flights. Food Part of any experience to this area is the food. IEP - Cape York. Our Adventure to AURUKUN. Providing Spaces for Businesses to Operate from in Cape York. Aurukun Success Story. In October 2011 My Pathway were asked to write an Indigenous Employment Program (IEP) for DEEWR to prepare for the Housing roll out in Aurukun.

Aurukun Success Story

This request was initiated by DEEWR because of the enormous success the MY Pathway had managing a similar IEP around construction on Mer island previously. The model developed, training and support provided around the Mer Island project resulted in maximising employment outcomes for the community in that IEP project. These outcomes transcend fu rther to benefit the whole community through the active engagement of the locals. This project also demonstrated the group’s capacity to be able to engage and pull a community together working with all stake holders within an often complicated community structure while dealing with different clan groups and job seekers that face multiple barriers to employment and with little or no work history.

Home. Rare Earth Foundation. Turning Ideas into Reality At the Rare Earth Foundation we have integrated a new way of thinking to organisational sustainability.

Rare Earth Foundation

Using a corporate model for sustainability, we have moved away from the traditional charitable model that relies heavily on government funding, to social enterprise. And in late 2011, Rare Earth Oils was created. Rare Earth Oils works with Aboriginal elders, youth and family groups to hand-harvest essential oils from the wild to create a range of natural, Australian, ethically produced products. Our goal is to create a robust social enterprise that creates sustainability for the Rare Earth Foundation whilst providing business support and mentoring for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and family groups. Online Resources. Remote Jobs and Communities Program. A single service provider with a permanent presence in each remote region delivers the RJCP on behalf of the Australian Government.

Remote Jobs and Communities Program

On 18 September 2013, responsibility for this programme was transferred to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The design of the RJCP reflects the Government’s view that everyone who can work should work. Remote job seekers, including those on CDEP wages, are given the personalised support they need to take up opportunities. Those who cannot get a job participate in meaningful activities that contribute to their communities as well as making them more work ready. Social Enterprise Network for NZ. Ratings12345 Are you aware of developments associated with the creation of a practitioner-led Social Enterprise Network for NZ?

Social Enterprise Network for NZ

SENZ expects to seek members and founding partners in 2013. The role of SENZ will be to raise awareness, build capability and advocacy to develop a supportive and enabling environment for social enterprises to thrive throughout NZ. Beyond the Gate: Corporate Social Responsibility and Mining. Unemployment in South Africa: Solutions. Thero SetiloaneCEOBusiness Leadership South Africa Thero Setiloane is the CEO of Business Leadership South Africa, an association of executives from the 85 largest enterprises in the country.

Unemployment in South Africa: Solutions

Previously, Setiloane served as executive vice president of business sustainability at AngloGold Ashanti Limited. Born in Durban, South Africa, he was educated in Switzerland and the United Kingdom, where he completed his studies in engineering at the University of Warwick. South Africa has one of the worst youth-unemployment problems in the world. By some estimates, less than half the working-age population is employed, and the figures for those under 35 are even worse.

So Thandi will try to find work. We have made great strides in improving access to education—more than 98 percent of children who should be getting a primary education are, but as with many of our counterparts on the continent, being in school is not enough. What is to be done? Social Innovation Challenge. Dell Social Innovation Challenge Evolves into New Venture The Dell Social Innovation Challenge has matured and evolved into a new social enterprise, Verb.

Social Innovation Challenge

Verb will operate global entrepreneurship competitions in partnership with conscious companies. As Verb becomes an independent for-profit business it will enable other organizations to create challenges that will have a positive social impact. This is the entrepreneurial spirit that we celebrate at Dell. Vijay Mahajan. BASIX promotes sustainable livelihoods for the rural poor and women through the provision of financial services and technical assistance.

Vijay Mahajan

Focus: Microfinance, Rural DevelopmentGeographic Area of Impact: IndiaModel: Social BusinessRecognition: Schwab Fellow of the World Economic Forum Background While the concept of microfinance institutions (MFIs) spread rapidly in neighbouring countries such as Bangladesh and Indonesia, India had a slower start. Until the early 1990s banks were nationalized and mandated to reach the poor with subsidized loans. While the intention was laudable, in practice loans to the rural poor by the banking sector were riddled with corruption and red tape, limiting what could have been a powerful economic intervention for social change. In 1992 India started to reform its banking system to restore financial health, and as a result the number of small loans going to rural areas decreased rapidly, since they were less profitable.

Transforming Rural India Through Agricultural Innovation - Vijay Govindarajan. By Vijay Govindarajan | 8:00 AM February 21, 2014 With a majority of its population living in villages, rural poverty is a major problem in India.

Transforming Rural India Through Agricultural Innovation - Vijay Govindarajan

The disparity between the urban and rural incomes is also on the rise. This leads to migration to urban areas resulting in urban blight as well. Therefore addressing the problem of rural poverty assumes urgency. On my last trip to India, I witnessed an innovation experiment, National Agro Foundation (NAF), that addresses this wicked problem.

About. William Chafe Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of History, Duke University William Chafe is the Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of History at Duke University inDurham, NC.


Chafe's research interests focus on gender and racial equality. His publications include: Bill and Hillary: The Politics of the Personal (2012); The Rise and Fall of the American Century: The United States from 1890 to 2008 (2008);The Unfinished Journey: American Since World War II (Oxford University Press, 2006); Private Lives/Public Consequences: Personality and Politics in Modern America (Harvard University Press, 2005); Never Stop Running (Princeton University Press, 1998); The Paradox of Change: American Women in the 20th Century (Oxford University Press, 1991); Civilities and Civil Rights: Greensboro, North Carolina, and the Black Struggle for Freedom (Oxford University Press, 1981).

AIME  ·  Our Staff. Locations · The School for Social Entrepreneurs. SSE Australia runs practical learning programs for entrepreneurial individuals who have an idea or start–up venture established to benefit a disadvantaged community. SSE & BT Social Entrepreneur Incubator Preparing you to launch a social venture that benefits your community. The 9-month Program (October 2014 to June 2015) will involve Study Blocks across four cities (Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide) so participants can benefit from SSE's expansive network of inspiring Fellows, mentors and experts across Australia. ** We are currently recruiting students and mentors for the SSE & BT Social Entrepreneur Incbuator. for our Accelerator Programs in Sydney and Melbourne.

Find out more and apply. Charity: water. Mining Training Information. AM14_SOC_Profiles. 4 Pillars Of Social & Economic Development by Yuva Parivartan. Through years of working on the ground, we have realized that the problem of the school dropouts from underprivileged families is not only economic poverty but also social poverty.

By social poverty, we mean the absence of social support systems and the socio cultural atmosphere that positively impacts school dropouts to improving themselves. We at Yuva Parivartan have developed a model and identified 4 areas of work, which form the 4 pillars of the Yuva Parivartan model. Livelihood Training ‘Livelihood Training’ is our first pillar which aims at solving the problem of school dropouts without marketable skills.

This training enables the students to gain expertise in skills like Electrical Wireman, A/C Refrigeration, Motor Mechanic, Motor Driving, etc. for boys and courses like Tailoring, Cutting, Beautician, Mehendi etc. for girls. Community Engagement. Virgin Media - Sustainability. Development Alternatives Group. Key-indicators-2011-factsheet-remote. The Business of Good Foundation. Closing the indigenous jobs gap. Jason Timor says the key is to have a policy of enduring engagement with indigenous workers. Photo: Dom Lorrimer Rachel Nickless Watching federal Labor’s landmark apology to the stolen generations in 2008 inspired businessman Rob Grant.

The chairman of solar panel installation firm Mark Group Australia says he was “fairly moved by what was said and done and it got me thinking about what we could do to help close the gap [on indigenous disadvantage]”. 4 Pillars Of Social & Economic Development by Yuva Parivartan. Social entrepreneurship. Social entrepreneurship is the process of pursuing innovative solutions to social problems. More specifically, social entrepreneurs adopt a mission to create and sustain social value.

They pursue opportunities to serve this mission, while continuously adapting and learning. They draw upon appropriate thinking in both the business and nonprofit worlds and operate in all kinds of organizations: large and small; new and old; religious and secular; nonprofit, for-profit, and hybrid.[1] Business entrepreneurs typically measure performance in profit and return, but social entrepreneurs also take into account a positive return to society. Top tips: how to start a social enterprise on a shoestring. It's one of our advantages, as social entrepreneurs, that people tend to like what we're doing. Social entrepreneurship: Journey of awakening. Australian Government Department of Social Services. Cywr_evaluation_report_v1.2_0.pdf. Business School - Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP) Jal-TARA Water Filters. Technology and Action for Rural Advancement. Ashok Khosla. Development Alternatives' innovative technologies and methodologies combine the dual goals of creating income for the poor and regenerating the environment.

World Corps India. Social entrepreneurship: Journey of awakening. Key-indicators-2011-factsheet-remote. Closing the gap on Aboriginal employment: outcomes uncertaIn. The latest “closing the gap” report is full of the usual glossy pictures of happy people and propaganda on how much the government is doing for indigenous Australians — a list of programs and dollar inputs, little about outcomes. Much of the media noise last week has been about “rivers of grog”, to divert attention from the unfortunately slow, even negative, progress in closing the six headline gaps nominated by the Rudd government in 2008. Census data that allow measurement of change between 2006 and 2011 are hard to find in the report that was ostensibly designed to hold the government of the day accountable. The gap that one would think is easiest to measure with any certainty is the employment gap. The policy aim here is to reduce the difference in the employment to population ratio of those aged 15 to 64 years (the number employed as a percentage of those of working age) by 50% in 10 years.

Employment data from the 2011 census were released on October 31. Engaging Individuals in Real Economy. Barefoot College. What is a social business? Social Business vs. Social Enterprise. When delving into the area of social entrepreneurship, I often came across these two terms, initially assuming they were more or less the same, while in fact the difference is quite significant. At least to me. FAQs / About social enterprise / About. Our Mission – GiveMeTap. Every bottle you purchase helps give water to a person in Africa. FAQs / About social enterprise / About. CEO Profile. CYWR-RJCP_Getting-real-enabling-Indigenous-engagement-in-the-real-economy. Cywr_evaluation_report_v1.2_0. Closing_the_gap_2014.pdf. Closing_the_gap_2014.

Profile2013. Nov 2013. LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATES BY INDIGENOUS STATUS (a), 2011. Embedding%20enterprise%20in%20Higher%20Education. HEFCE%20LGM%20Case%20Study%20-%20Aston. Youth-led-social-enterprise-report-formatted. Ctg-ip03. Indigenous Workers. Rethinking the persistent indigenous employment problem. Closing the gap on Aboriginal employment: outcomes uncertaIn. 6287.0 - Labour Force Characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, Estimates from the Labour Force Survey, 2011. Aboriginal Economy - Australian Aboriginal Economy. USEFUL WEBSITES.doc. Assignment 1 Questions.docx. Transforming vision into reality. Solving the youth employment crisis: A tale of two countries.

Social_enterprise_and_youth_paper_final_Jan_12. New Zealand School for Social Entrepreneurs Opens. Social enterprises tackling youth unemployment. IIJEASVolIIIss1Woods. Tāmaki Makaurau: Māori Social Entrepreneurs. Meet our Friendly Whale Watching Crew. Social-enterprise-and-social-finance-in-NZ-with-case-studies. How One Woman Built a $400 Million Trucking Business. New SEEDS Program Helps Native Americans Grow Employment, Economic Development. Determinants_of_development_success_english. Promoting Native American Social Entrepreneurship. Small%20Business%20Incubation. Creating a New Civilization through Social Entrepreneurship. TI2011_4_Hunt_IEDS_Response. Koori Job Ready About Us. g1_employerhandbook_online. End Indigenous Disadvantage - Take Action Now! Indigenous Employment Program (IEP)

Jobfind Centres Australia > Indigenous Jobs & Careers > Success Stories. 2076.0 - Census of Population and Housing: Characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, 2011. Poverty-Aiding Supermarkets - This Social Supermarket Decreases Food Prices by 70 Per Cent. Social and Environmental Enterprise Developments.