Codesign in the Indigenous policy domain: Risks and opportunities
In recent years, the requirement for First Nations participation through codesign has emerged as a key prerequisite of policy legitimacy in the Indigenous policy domain. In this Discussion Paper, the mainstream literature on codesign and collaborative governance is surveyed and considered, as a means of identifying the essential characteristics of effective codesign policy and program processes. The literature survey identifies two strands: one that asserts the merits and opportunities inherent...[Show more]
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