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Social enterprise is increasingly promoted by government and local authorities as a means of generating income and providing employment, particularly for women, in areas where there are few jobs. However, while social enterprise can have a role to play in helping women in disadvantaged neighbourhoods into work – and so out of poverty – it cannot be assumed to be the best or only option.

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978-1-78077-038-3

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