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Social Enterprises and Disability: Fostering Innovation, Awareness, and Social Impact in the ASEAN Region

Social Enterprises and Disability: Fostering Innovation, Awareness, and Social Impact in the ASEAN Region
Date:
16 September 2021
Authors:
Nicola Crosta, • Allison Sanders
Tags:
Disability, Innovation, Social Enterprises, ASEAN

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In 2021, the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) – together with Impact46, a social impact consulting, conducted a study on Social Enterprises and Disability. This study aims to analyse the role of social enterprises as key actors to foster innovation, awareness, and inclusion for people with disability in the ASEAN region. It brings together the perspectives of various social enterprises across the ASEAN region. This study summarises the key findings and provides policy recommendations for relevant stakeholders to contribute to a fully inclusive socio-economic development in ASEAN.

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Social Enterprises and Disability: Fostering Innovation, Awareness, and Social Impact in the ASEAN Region

 

Contents

Title page

Table of Contents

List of Authors, Advisory Support, Acknowledgements

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Overview: Disability in the ASEAN Region

Chapter 2: The Role of Social Enterprises (SEs) in Supporting Persons with Disabilities in the ASEAN Region

Chapter 3: A Framework for Action: Findings for Policymakers and Other Key Stakeholders

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