Linking accountability and self-determination in Aboriginal organisations
The issue of accountability in Indigenous affairs has recently received national prominence. Accountability— usually meaning financial accountability to government or to the wider public—is often seen as being potentially inconsistent with Indigenous self-determination. This paper broadly delineates a conceptual framework which links 'organisational self-determination' with a notion of 'internal accountability', that is the accountability of an organisation to its Indigenous members, clients or...[Show more]
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