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eBook Between Colliding Worlds: The Ambiguous Existence of Government Agencies for Aboriginal and Women's Policy (Institute of Public Administration of Canada Series in Public Management and Governance) ePub
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ISBN13: 978-0800203177
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Between Colliding WorldsJonathan Malloy's Between Colliding Worlds examines the relationship between governments and external activists through a comparative .

Series: IPAC Series in Public Management and Governance. Jonathan Malloy'sBetween Colliding Worldsexamines the relationship between governments and external activists through a comparative study of policy units dedicated to aboriginal and women's issues in Australia and Canada. Malloy identifies these units - or 'special policy agencies' - as sitting on the boundary between the world of permanent public servants and that of collective social movements working for broad social and political change.

This book explores the complex relationship between special policy agencies created to address the needs of specific social groups, and the social movements that arise to advocate for these groups

This book explores the complex relationship between special policy agencies created to address the needs of specific social groups, and the social movements that arise to advocate for these groups. Its main premise is that special policy agencies exist in a state of permanent-and highly useful-ambiguity, forming a conduit that enables the conflicting worlds of social movements and governments to articulate their highly distinct agendas in a manner comprehensible to both worlds. Export citation Request permission. Recommend this journal.

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and Jonathon Malloy, Between Colliding Worlds: The Ambiguous Existence of Government Agencies for Aboriginal and Women’s . the question of how Aboriginal governments. Nations women; and, quite recently, the. might be represented in Canadian federalism, we.

and Jonathon Malloy, Between Colliding Worlds: The Ambiguous Existence of Government Agencies for Aboriginal and Women’s Policy (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003). 4. Aboriginal governments are both numerous (there are over 600 First Nations governments) and very small. 5. With some important exceptions, Aboriginal governments represent people who are in the majority poor, relative to the rest of Canadian society. Pauktuutit Inuit Women’s Association. do not draw this conclusion.

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