Advocacy in the age of compacts: regulating government-community sector relations - international experiences

Casey, John, Dalton, Bronwen, Onyx, Jenny and Melville, Rose (2008). Advocacy in the age of compacts: regulating government-community sector relations - international experiences. CACOM working paper 76, Centre of Australian Community Organisations and Management (CACOM), University of Technology Sydney.

Author Casey, John
Dalton, Bronwen
Onyx, Jenny
Melville, Rose
Title Advocacy in the age of compacts: regulating government-community sector relations - international experiences
School, Department or Centre Centre of Australian Community Organisations and Management (CACOM)
Institution University of Technology Sydney
Series CACOM working paper
Report Number 76
Publication date 2008-02
Editor Centre for Australian Community Organisations and Management (CACOM)
Start page 1
End page 40
Total pages 40
Language eng
Abstract/Summary In recent years, governments around the world have developed written agreements, commonly known as “compacts”. with community and voluntary sector organizations that specify the rules of engagement for a wide array of collaborations and relationships. This review examines the history of compact development in a number of countries and in process appears to have faltered. The conclusion to this paper is presented as an analysis of lessons supranational entities. Particular emphasis is given to compacts in England, where they appear to have been most successful, and Canada, where a widely-touted compact learnt and speculation about future compact development.
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Working Paper
Collection: School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work Publications
 
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