Helen Gerrard, MG Corporation Board Director (2012), explains how MG Corporation is governed She talks about how it’s changed over time and how it represents different groups through the Dawang Council “Wi...
COVID CAN't Stop Us!
AIGI is exited to co-host the inaugural International Indigenous Governance Conference. We'll be taking to your screen in a virtual format, so join us from anywhere and everywhere!
The two day event will:
Collectively bring together a broad network from the Indigenous Governance Awards
Share a range of case studies and examples of Governance Excellence
Participate in Roundtable discussions about emerging themes and innovation in Governance
Collaborate on future networks and partnership development
An Indigenous Governance Forum was hosted by the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) on 29th – 30th July 2014. The Background Paper, which included information from the pre-forum survey, was distributed to participants. Here is a link to the Indigenous Governance Forum Background Paper. A report presenting the forum proceedings, titled Building Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander governance: report of a forum to map current and future research and practical resource needs, was published in June 2015. The report provides a synthesis of ideas, comments, issues, and possibilities identified through the survey and the forum. Here is a link to the Building Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander governance report. During the Forum participants were interviewed about the importance and value of Indigenous governance. These interviews can be accessed on the AIATSIS website by clicking on the image to the left.