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INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE

PAT O"MALLEY

INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE

by PAT O"MALLEY

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We know that practically effective and culturally legitimate governance is the staple building block for delivering real change.The Indigenous Governance Program, in partnership with the BHP Foundation and the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI), aims to progress reconciliation through recognising, supporting and celebrating strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander governance and .