Eliminating Poverty through Social Business



Social Media
Grameen Australia
For just 3 coffees a week ($11), Your Heroic Donation will pay for 1 village farmer family like Ms. Salat and her h… https://t.co/s5zqJb4Rv1

Feb 11th

Grameen Australia
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Feb 5th

In the Media


Gazette10_3Click on the links below to view Grameen Australia’s activities  and media reports:





Professor Yunus Australian Tour – March 2018

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Professor Yunus Australian Tour – April 2017

Australasian Social Business Forum in Melbourne – watch highlights from the thought-provoking and inspiring keynote speakers at https://goo.gl/HZc3ii:

  • Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate and founder of Grameen Bank
  • Peter Hunt AM, Chair Grameen Australia and Greenhill
  • Tania de Jong AM, Founder Creative Universe Creativity Aust & Creative Innovation Global
  • Lindley Edwards, CEO AFG Group and Social Entrepreneur
  • Patrycja Slawuta, Eminent Psychologist and Founder of SelfHackathon




Grameen Ausralia/AICC Business Lunch in Sydney – Click the link below to view the 3min highlight reel from the luncheon:


Professor Yunus Australian Tour – Oct 2014

Grameen Australia/Asialink Business Lunch in Sydney – Click the link below to view the video of the Presentation by Professor Yunus

ABC RN Breakfast – Nobel Laureate campaigning for microfinance institutions in Australia


ABC 7.30 Report – “We need to create a bank for the poor” suggests Nobel Peace Prize winning microfinance pioneer


Sydney Morning Herald – Access to credit a ‘human right’, says the father of microfinance (Matt Wade)


Sydney Morning Herald – Relieving poverty through social business, a challenge for all CEOs


AFR BOSS Magazine – Article will be included in November edition

SBS – Microfinance to fight extremism: Nobel Peace Laureate


Canberra Times – Social Businesses can bring about social change


The Daily Star (Bangladesh’s most popular English news daily) – Australian university to open social business centre