Winner and finalists of the 2013 Ethical Enterprise Award
Inaugural Ethical Enterprise Award 2013 – Winner
Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku (WDNWPT) Aboriginal Corporation
Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku (WDNWPT) Aboriginal Corporation is a not for profit, non government, Indigenous governed Community controlled health organisation that supports over 20 remote communities with dialysis, social support services and social enterprise in the Central Australian region.
Ethical Enterprise Award 2013 Finalists
We would like to congratulate the nine finalists of the inaugural ethical enterprise award for the outstanding work they do and the life changing impact they have. We would also like to officially announce the nine 2013 finalists.
AshoilAshoil is an Indigenously-owned company that convert waste cooking oil into a renewable fuel and a number of environmentally-friendly products. Ashoil’s operations have been utilised in training and education of Indigenous individuals from across the Pilbara region. This training has successfully acted as a conduit for Indigenous employment outcomes.
AshadeshAshadesh is working to enable families living in the slums of Kolkata, India to switch from primitive, smoky stoves that deal disease and death to clean burning ones. Through reduced greenhouse gas emissions we sell carbon offsets to make this possible.
The Social StudioThe Social Studio is a fashion label, shop and cafe that celebrates the style and skills of diverse cultures in Australia. The Social Studio champions diversity, community, education, sustainability, design and ethical business practices.
WDNWPT is a not for profit, non government, Indigenous governed Community controlled health organisation that supports over 20 remote communities with dialysis, social support services and social enterprise in the Central Australian region.
CERES Environment Park
CERES is a not for profit community that exists to educate and inspire change-environmentally and socially. CERES invites people to look at how they interact with the world and each other.
Through the Nui brand, African Pacific builds direct relationships with local farmers and their families through the production, marketing, sales and distribution of products sourced directly from the growers and producers in the South Pacific region.
Eternal Creation established in 1999, is known for it flamboyant use of colour and high quality tailoring. They design gorgeous childrens wear, as well as a stylish collection for men and women, available at www.eternalcreation.com Eternal Creation has it’s own manufacturing unit, the Himalaya Tailoring Centre, which is a certified member of the Fair Trade Forum India.
VATMI provides a place of work for people who might not get that opportunity elsewhere. The aim is to support, grow and develop each individual’s skills, build their personal capacity and give a sense of family and team. The businesses consists of packing, processing recyclable materials and art & design.
Alter Eco is a values-based brand of specialty food products that creates sustainable, delicious, exotic, and healthy ingredients from around the world for people to enjoy, while directly benefiting farming communities in the Global South.