Governance is about the ways in which people organise decision making to get things done. In this unit students will critically examine different models of Indigenous and non-Indigenous governance, leadership and management and gain insights into how these are embedded in local, national and international cultural, political and social values, relations and practices. Students will conduct case studies of real life governance practices in Indigenous organisations and communities in order to assess how they take into account local norms of authority and decision-making, and to understand how these models shape the implementation and outcome of social policies and services.
Semester 2 | 2019
NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED
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