Indigenous organisation leaders: balancing tensions between achieving political goals and regulatory requirements
With the new Federal Government’s commitment to the Statement from the Heart, there is a need for new narratives that support the healing of the Indigenous-State relationship in Australia to support better ways of governing that are grounded in mutual respect.
Supporting corporations beyond compliance: advancing ORIC’s governance approach
Indigenous organisations in Australia are regulated by state governments through well-understood and institutionally embedded mechanisms of corporate governance. This research aims to better understand the factors that contribute to Indigenous corporation success ‘beyond compliance’.
Indigenous self-governance for mental health and suicide prevention
Through an examination of key issues, policies, frameworks, and programs, this paper provides a synthesis of relevant information on Indigenous self-governance in relation to mental health and suicide prevention.
Treaty Advancement Committee report: October 2021
This report provides an analysis and recommendations on options to implement proposals to move Queensland along the path to treaty.