30 June, 2022
30 June 2022
The NSW Aboriginal Land Council is very pleased to announce the launch of our new Strategic Plan 2022-2026 (the Plan) and annual Strategic Plan Supplement 2022-2023 (the Supplement).
The Plan sets the course for the community-controlled organisation over the next four years and lays out five overarching goals and specific objectives.
Created by the elected NSWALC Council in consultation with the Land Rights Network, Aboriginal Owners and community members, the Plan and the Supplement serve as our Community, Land and Business Plan in accordance with the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 NSW (ALRA).
The NSWALC Chairperson Danny Chapman says both documents detail the NSWALC’s agenda to secure a positive future for Aboriginal people in NSW.
“Our new Strategic Plan and the annual Supplement are focused on maximising the social, cultural, economic and political potential of our land and people.
There are opportunities everywhere around us, and we are committed to continuing our agenda to diversify revenue streams and acquire land for the Network through Aboriginal Land Claims, negotiated Aboriginal Land Agreements and through partnerships, and to activate this land.
We’re looking to the future and the Land Rights inheritance that we will leave for our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren across our nine Regions of NSW,” he said.
NSWALC Strategic Plan 2022-2026
The NSWALC’s overarching goals are to:
NSWALC Strategic Plan Supplement 2022-2023
This is our first annual Supplement under the new Plan.
You can download the NSWALC Strategic Plan 2022-2026 from our website here.
The NSWALC Strategic Plan Supplement 2022-2023 is also available for download from our website here.