Effective participation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in policy making that impact on their communities, and culturally informed practice by non-Indigenous policy and community workers, requires knowledge and understanding of the processes of making and implementing policy. This unit will provide students with the nut and bolts of the various processes through which policy is developed and put into practice, within the operations of government and their agencies, as well as within local organisations and by individual policy workers. A main focus will be to explore the ways in which the various stages of Indigenous policy-making and implementation can provide opportunities for improving the outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED
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