Governance

Welcome to the HealthInfoNet health topic on governance. This section provides information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and governance. Governance refers to the systems and processes for ensuring decision making by governments and organisations are accountable. This section includes specific information on: Constitutional recognition, funding and expenditure, government, the Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER, now Stronger Futures in the NT), and self-determination. Here you can find a collection of publications, policies, health promotion and practice resources and programs on governance.

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