Straddling Two Worlds: ATSIC and the Management of Indigenous Policy

@inproceedings{Ivanitz1998StraddlingTW,
  title={Straddling Two Worlds: ATSIC and the Management of Indigenous Policy},
  author={Michele Ivanitz},
  year={1998}
}
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) is the principal funding and policy-making body in Commonwealth administration of Aboriginal affairs. ATSIC is, however, the subject of much debate as its role comes under intense scrutiny by the Commonwealth government, ATSIC itself, and Aboriginal communities. The debate includes the effectiveness and efficiency of the administrative and representative arms of ATSIC, decision-making processes at political and bureaucratic levels… CONTINUE READING

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