In her new paper published on Land, Helen Lawton Smith discusses the formal networks that have been established to support disabled entrepreneurs, and dentifies the key importance of specialised networks in making connections and bringing about systemic change in urban spaces.
Two studies conducted by CIMR researchers on regional inequalities in support for entrepreneurs with disabilities and from ethnically diverse backgrounds have helped to aid understanding of the importance of context for entrepreneurial support for both groups.
TRIGGER was an applied five-country research project funded by the European Union which ran from 2014 to 2017, to research and address the nature and causes of underlying gender inequality in STEMM fields. The TRIGGER project’s final report, detailing the extensive achievements of the project, is now available to download.
In this panel event, researchers and practitioners in inclusive entrepreneurship came together to explore a co-designed pathway to support disabled entrepreneurs.