Good Shepherd Microfinance and Good Shepherd Youth and Family Service welcome the opportunity to make a submission to the Financial System Inquiry which will establish a direction for the future of Australia’s financial system. In our submission, we argue strongly for financial inclusion and resilience building as a means by which to encourage economic mobility and to eliminate the consequences of financial hardship in Australia. We believe that financial inclusion and building resilience should be a stated aim of the Australian financial system.
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Mayken sold her car to fund her escape from a ten year relationship of financial, emotional and psychological abuse, but soon realised she couldn’t continue her life the way it was without a car.