Policy Brief of the Independent Evaluation of the CLC’s Community Development & Governance Programs

2013 Independant Evaluation of CLC’s CD and Lajamanu Governance projects infographic

 In 2013, an independent, government-funded evaluation was commissioned to assist the CLC to explore and improve its development work in order to maximise the benefits for Aboriginal people. The evaluation assessed these projects’ contribution to achieving positive social, cultural and economic outcomes valued by Aboriginal people, and strengthening their governance capacity.

This policy brief seeks to highlight implications for policy and practice arising from key findings of the evaluation.

In the ethos of the CLC’s collaborative approach, this brief invites dialogue between policy makers, businesses and community development practitioners about the findings of the evaluation.