NSWALC Strategic Plan: 2018-2022

Our Strategic Plan sets NSWALC’s direction and prioritises our efforts towards achieving this renewal. It also gets everyone - our Council, staff, LALCs and the broader Aboriginal Land Rights movement on the same page so that we are all working towards the same goals.

The Plan commits us to an ambitious agenda of cultural protection, social wellbeing and economic development.

It also adds a new political call: that there be a process for establishing a Treaty or Treaties between the NSW Government and the Aboriginal people of this state.

Since 1977 NSWALC has made remarkable gains but much more remains to be done. Land and water rights must be an inheritance not just a support for our system. Otherwise, in future years Aboriginal people will once again have little to show for what they once had.

The great achievements we have made opens up new challenges. We must significantly enhance our economic and social wellbeing without surrendering the land and water we have reacquired to achieve this; nor must we allow others to think that this is what we should or will do.

We must acknowledge our strength: 120 LALCs connect us to our 23,000 members and, through them, to all the 230,000 Aboriginal people in NSW. LALCs are representative, place based organisations that represent local Aboriginal peoples and support local voices. Our diversity and our reach gives us great strength. NSWALC will work with all LALCs to maximise this. We have a strong agreement among us about how we govern ourselves through our nine regions. Our cultural diversity combined with a unity of purpose will build a better future for our children and grandchildren.

Being successful will require us - NSWALC, LALCs, members and Aboriginal peoples - to walk together and to enable others in the community to join us in genuine partnership. We are all custodians of our lands and waters. NSWALC embraces our leadership role in this journey. Where we exercise our leadership responsibilities, we will do this solely for the benefit of all Aboriginal people now and into the future.

Anne Dennis
Chairperson 
NSWALC

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Strategic Plan: 2018 - 2022
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Strategic Plan

2018-2022

Our Strategic Plan sets NSWALC’s direction and prioritises our efforts towards cultural protection, social wellbeing and economic development.

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Strategic Plan

Summary

With this Strategic Plan the Council of NSWALC is setting an ambitious agenda that gives effect to our obligations to our forebears...

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Strategic Plan

Supplement 2020-2021

The Strategic Plan Supplement maintains the course of our strategic agenda and ensures we have the capacity to support our people through the current crisis and into recovery.

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Strategic Plan

Supplement 2019-2020

With our second annual strategic plan supplement, the Council of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council is building and further shaping our strategic agenda.

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Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan

2018-2022

Our Strategic Plan sets NSWALC’s direction and prioritises our efforts towards cultural protection, social wellbeing and economic development.

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Strategic Plan

2013-2017

The document sets out five strategic priorities and a number of specific goals in each strategy area which NSWALC will be focusing on over the next five years. The goals outline the particular outcomes or achievements the Council is seeking to attain over the life of the plan.

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Strategic Plan Summary

Strategic Plan

2018-2022

Our Strategic Plan sets NSWALC’s direction and prioritises our efforts towards cultural protection, social wellbeing and economic development.

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Strategic Plan

Summary

With this Strategic Plan the Council of NSWALC is setting an ambitious agenda that gives effect to our obligations to our forebears and is inspired by the demands for Aboriginal Land Rights made at NSWALC’s formation.

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Strategic Plan Supplement

Strategic Plan

2018-2022

Our Strategic Plan sets NSWALC’s direction and prioritises our efforts towards cultural protection, social wellbeing and economic development.

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Strategic Plan

Summary

With this Strategic Plan the Council of NSWALC is setting an ambitious agenda that gives effect to our obligations to our forebears and is inspired by the demands for Aboriginal Land Rights made at NSWALC’s formation.

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Strategic Plan

Supplement 2020-2021

The Strategic Plan Supplement maintains the course of our strategic agenda and ensures we have the capacity to support our people through the current crisis and into recovery.

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