NSW Aboriginal Land Council Statewide Conference 2018 – Video Presentations

21 November, 2018

21 November 2018

NSW Aboriginal Land Council Statewide Conference 2018 - Video Presentations

Hi everyone, The NSWALC Statewide Conference 2018 has now been and gone, but the good news is the keynote speeches and presentations were all captured by the LiveStreaming service we provided. As promised, these are now available to view via the NSWALC YouTube Channel.

Please find below links to each presentation and the morning breakfast show which launched each day of the Conference:

  • Breakfast Show - Host, Michelle Aleksandrovics-Lovegrove, (NSWALC)
    • Day 1 - https://youtu.be/zCaca5kVfc4
      • James Christian, PSM (CEO, NSWALC)
      • Charles Lynch (Councillor, Northern Region)
      • Roy Ah-See (Wiradjuri Man and Chair, NSWALC)
      • Destiny Devow (Operations Manager, Southern Zone Office)
      • Joe Flick (Senior LALC Support Officer, Western Zone)
      • Lawrence "Lollipop" Barlow (Singer/Songwriter)
      • Michael Bennett (Communications Officer, NSWALC)
      • The Hon. Nigel Scullion (Commonwealth Minister for Indigenous Affairs)
  • Day 2 - https://youtu.be/4LgS1LQcwN0
    • James Christian, PSM (CEO, NSWALC)
    • Barry Smith (Chair, Wellington LALC)
    • Adam Peckham (Deputy Chair, Wellington LALC)
    • Roy Ah-See (Wiradjuri Man and Chair, NSWALC)
    • Diane Smith (Chair, Trangie LALC)
    • Uncle Cecil Briggs (Board Member, Dorrigo Plateau LALC)
  • Day 3 - https://youtu.be/BP5-nRmLrpQ
    • Anne Dennis (Deputy Chair, NSWALC and Councillor, North West Region)
    • Hollie Taggart (Tamworth LALC)
    • Yvonne Kent (Vice-Chair, Tamworth LALC)
    • Peter Gibbs (Zone Director, Western Zone)
    • Andrew Smith (CEO, Worimi LALC)
    • Grand Chief Edward John (Hereditary Chief and Grand Chief of the Tl'azt'en Nation)
    • Councillor Wendy Grant-John (Councillor and former Chief of the Musqueam Nation)


We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the lands where we work as well as across the lands we travel through. We also acknowledge our Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork Credit: Craig Cromelin, from a painting he did titled, "4 favourite fishing holes". It is a snippet of his growing years on the Lachlan River, featuring yabby, turtle, fish and family.