Stepping up and over: interim evaluation of Stepping Stones a micro-enterprise program for refugee and migrant women
Progress report about Stepping Stones, a micro-enterprise program for refugee and disadvantaged migrant women.
This progress report focuses on Stepping Stones, a micro-enterprise program for refugee and disadvantaged migrant women in Melbourne.
The program, run by the Brotherhood of St. Laurence’s Ecumenical Migration Centre (EMC), indicates that more than half the participants have started or developed their own small business.
Through the program women learned about the complex Australian regulatory system for small businesses. They also improved their confidence, skills in business planning, financial management and English language.
Last updated on 16 June 2020