Corporate Governance refers to the sytem of rights, structures, duties and obligations by which corporations are controlled and directed.
The Governance structure outlines the roles, rights and responsibilities of different participants in the corporation, such as the Board, the Secretariat, Committees, management, stakeholders, creditors, auditors and more.
Governance provides structure to the corporation so that it can create and follow their objectives. It is a mechanism for monitoring the actions, policies, plans and decisions of corporations.
Under SARRAH's Corporate Governance tab, you will find documents and publications associated with our specific structure. Some of these can also be viewed on our publications page by clicking here.