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The Australian Alliance for Social Enterprise (TAASE) is a research concentration within UniSA’s Business School. The purpose of TAASE is to work with people and communities to drive evidence-led change in the social service sector, and to work towards better outcomes for people in need of social support.

The aims of TAASE are to:

  1. Bring learned experience and lived experience together in pursuit of social innovation;
  2. Deliver research and learning outcomes which have a broad application across issues of social equity, social inclusion and social service;
  3. Engage in research and learning activities related to the fields of social enterprise, social policy and social service;
  4. Promote best practice in service to vulnerable community members generally; and
  5. Contribute to an evidence base which underpins effective social impact and investment.

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Making a difference in the lives of South Australians

Founding partner of TAASE; AnglicareSA supports South Australians in need. They offer a number of diverse programs including parenting, youth, foster care, financial literacy, new-arrivals, Aboriginal services, disability care, emergency assistance, homelessness and aged care.

 

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