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Decolonisation, healing and governance
“All three processes – decolonisation, healing and governance – are long-term processes to which a person or people must consistently apply their efforts in order to fully achieve. Like weaving, this takes time, perseverance, practice and commitment. And like weaving, the strength and resilience of the thread are increased as more is produced. It requires highly skilled leaders with vision, intent and purpose.”
– Bhiamie Williamson, Healing, Decolonisation and Governance, 2021.1Bhiamie Williamson, “Healing, Decolonisation and Governance,” in Developing Governance and Governing Development: International Case Studies of Indigenous Futures, eds. Diane Smith, Alice Wighton, Stephen Cornell and Adam Vai Delaney (Maryland: Rowan & Littlefield, 2021), 352.