Strong community organisations are the fabric of our society and contribute to resilient and cohesive communities. To operate effectively and actively participate, community organisations require good governance.
Welcome to the Good Governance program
An initiative of the Centre for ParticipationCommunity of Practice (CoP) login
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How to get involved with Good Governance
My community organisation would like to apply
I would like to mentor a community organisation
I am a Change Our Game Regional Governance facilitator
Work with us to create stronger, healthier communities.
How it works
Click on the photos to learn more about each Good Governance group.
Community of Practice (CoP)
A forum for all groups to share resources, learn, and network with like-minded people. This CoP is the access point for all training materials and resources.
With your mentor, your organisation can build a program to focus on areas of interest, e.g. meeting legislative requirements.
Trained volunteers skilled in governance act as mentors, working with the board or committee to empower the organisation.
Change Our Game Regional Governance program
Training to build leadership skills of upcoming regional female sporting leaders, helping you fully understand the role and responsibilities of the sporting group executive.
Build your knowledge and skills in governance.
See case studies of the difference we’ve made working with organisations.
RESTART Albury Wodonga is a community based, volunteer run charity. The organisation transformed its structure, capability and capacity with the support of the Good Governance program.
Taking part dramatically increases Amanda Munyard’s capabilities and confidence to succeed in her executive role with her local basketball association.