The SEED Project, Sustaining Economic Empowerment and Dignity for Women

Through the development of integrated program, research and policy efforts The SEED Project (Sustaining Economic Empowerment and Dignity for Women) will demonstrate how a collaborative, innovative approach can work to challenge the systemic and structural barriers that undermine women’s financial wellbeing and economic security.

The SEED Project will demonstrate how working at a local to national level can disrupt narratives of disadvantage and create opportunities for individuals, families and communities. It seeks to understand what:

  • affects regional women’s financial wellbeing, and
  • can be done to create opportunities and make positive changes

Contact information

For more information about the project please contact Penny Bohm at seedproject@bsl.org.au or 0490 126 015

Women of Seymour

Women of Seymour seeks to understand the opportunities and challenges women in Seymour face and what would make life better.

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