Cross-cultural understanding is vital for the effective provision of financial information.

This research project adopted a participatory approach to explore the cultural meanings and practices which Afghan and Burmese communities apply to finances, and how they are experiencing the Australian financial system.

It was funded by Consumer Affairs Victoria through the Consumer Credit Fund.

Contact research@bsl.org.au

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Victoria Johnson, Said Dileri & Naw Eh Ywa 2012, Financial life in a new setting: experiences of Afghan and Burmese (Chin and Karen) communities in Melbourne, Australia (PDF, 395 KB)

Victoria Johnson, Said Dileri & Naw Eh Ywa 2012, Financial life in a new setting (leaflet) (PDF, 1 MB)


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