What is it about?

Co-production has been used in public services in the UK areas such as mental health to improve the participation of service users in decisions made about the services traditionally provided for them, and done to them. It has also been used in areas such as mental health and to address concerns about the quality of services provided to members of minority communities. Western Australia is currently passing legislation to address the issue of aboriginal heritage management in the context of recent adverse incidents such as the incident where Rio Tinto were responsible for the destruction of the site. This paper proposes a mechanism to monitor and improve collaboration within aboriginal cultural heritage management and improve business compliance with the proposed legislation

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Why is it important?

New legislation is being introduced in Western Australia in 2021 to protect aboriginal cultural heritage. This work will help businesses comply and protect ancient sacred sites


It uses my expertise to help business and protect vital cultural heritage

Alan Gillies

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This page is a summary of: Can a formalised model of co-production contribute to empowering indigenous communities in decisions about land use?, Journal of Global Responsibility, June 2021, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/jgr-09-2020-0088.
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