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Shared Facility Partnerships: A Guide to Good Governance for Schools and the Community: A Guide to Different Governance Structures Used in Shared Community Facilities

April 13, 2018 • 1 min read

This guide to good governance provides very useful sections on good governance principles as well as detailed information about the structures of operation of community hub organization such as committees, boards of management and other practical information to help guide the operations of a shared community facility or community hub.
It provides an overview of different governance structures used in shared community facilities. Examples of various governance models are provided, as well as case studies. Types of legal entities are explored as well as different tools that can be used to document the relationship between the legal entities involved in governing a share community facility. A useful checklist is provided of governance and operations through a series of questions. It also includes a glossary of legal terms.

Shared Facility Partnerships: A Guide to Good Governance for Schools and the Community

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