Local decision-making for the delivery of government services in NT Aboriginal communities: Drivers, early implementation lessons and distinctive features

Pascal Tremblay, Alicia Boyle, Michaela Spencer

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report - ERA-eligiblepeer-review

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Abstract

At the outset, this project had three related aims:
1. To document the early experience of the recent Local Decision Making (LDM) policy and framework from the point of view of the Northern Territory Government (NTG);
2. To establish what motives usually drive the instigation and implementation of such policies; in the context of government services devolution according to the broad literature, in remote regions inhabited by Indigenous communities according to policy advocates, and in the interpretation of key NTG executives who played key roles in carrying it out;
3. To inform the lessons, successes and surprises encountered around implementation and uptake in the specific context of the Northern Territory’s (NT) remote regions.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDarwin, NT
PublisherCharles Darwin University
Commissioning bodyRegional Australia Institute
Number of pages107
Publication statusPublished - 20 Dec 2021

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