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Local Decision Making
Local Decision Making is an initiative of OCHRE, the NSW Government’s community focused plan for Aboriginal affairs, which represents a fundamental and positive change in the relationship between government and Aboriginal communities in NSW.
Local Decision Making is underpinned by the principle of self-determination and aims to ensure that Aboriginal communities have a genuine voice in determining what and how services are delivered to their communities.
Local Decision Making places Aboriginal people at the centre of service design, planning and delivery, enabling the staged devolution of decision making and accountability to the local level.
About Local Decision Making
Negotiation Agreement (Accords)
Aboriginal Regional Alliances
NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Alliances (NCARA)
Watch & Listen