Boards need to be concerned about human rights, quality and safeguarding

For some time, royal commissions, commissions of inquiry and regulators have been stating that boards of directors of human service organisations are responsible for their organisation observing and promoting the human rights of the people the organisation supports, and for the quality and safety of services being delivered.

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Topics:
Not-for-profit, Governance, Quality Assurance

Author:
Alan Hough

Source:
Pro Bono News

Date published:
Tue 28th Jul, 2020