Money, financial capability and well-being in Indigenous Australia

Good Shepherd Microfinance Director, Dr Vinita Godinho, has published her thesis Money, Financial Capability and Well-being in Indigenous Australia. It explores the historical, cultural and familial context of money as it flows through Indigenous households in remote, regional and urban Australia (‘Indigenous money’), and considers how this influences Indigenous views on financial capability and well-being.

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