Interview with Sue Webb on initial findings from research into the use of migrant women's skills in regional areas

By Susan Webb Multimedia 27 September 2012


In this podcast, Sue Webb, a researcher, talks about the initial findings from work looking at the use of migrant women's skills in regional areas. The research also explores the potential role of education and training to help connect these women with work and community or social activities. This work is one of three projects undertaken by the Centre for the Economics of Education and Training at Monash University, as part of a three year research partnership with NCVER.

Length: 16 minutes


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