Data issues for regional planning in Aboriginal communities
The Northern Territory government’s recent release of a ‘Stronger Regions Policy’ (Northern Territory Government 2003) raises major questions of public policy and social scientific interest. At the heart of this policy is the gradual establishment of regional governance structures, broader in conception than the current 65 Northern Territory local government councils, both spatially and functionally. As an exercise in restructuring, the key feature is a series of partnership agreements...[Show more]
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