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Yes! NSWALC to actively campaign for the Voice

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) stands ready to strengthen community understanding and awareness of the Yes campaign for the Voice referendum.

At last week’s full council meeting of NSWALC, it was decided to formally endorse the Yes campaign. …

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LALC IT Infrastructure Upgrade Project

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is launching an IT Infrastructure grant project for Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) with support from the NSW Government.

Recognising the importance of reliable IT Infrastructure, NSWALC has brokered approximately $2 million to be channelled towards IT upgrades.…

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NSWALC welcomes new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) welcomes the appointment of David Harris as the new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty in the Minns Government.

“As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act in New South Wales, a treaty will signify a new agenda for Aboriginal rights in this state,” NSWALC Chairperson Cr Danny Chapman said.…

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Amazing art celebrates Protecting Country as the Aboriginal Land Rights Act turns 40 in NSW

Proud Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay artist, Monique Rennie, has designed a unique artwork to mark the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act passing NSW Parliament. 

Commissioned by the NSW Aboriginal Land Council to mark this special occasion, Monique has created an amazing artwork, titled `Stronger with Country’, representing the diverse lands and waterways of Country the legends of the Land Rights movement have protected in the past, and now the Land Rights Network continues to protect for future generations.…

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Week of Action for the Voice referendum

NSWALC is encouraging local Aboriginal communities in NSW to read and listen to information being provided about the Voice referendum during the Week of Action, which started on Saturday.

NSWALC believes the Voice to Parliament will help ensure the voices of Aboriginal people are heard loud and clear.…

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Stronger Communities with Aboriginal Community Connectors

Aboriginal communities are strong, resilient and resourceful, and utilising those strengths in community has been vital to the success of a special new initiative in regional NSW.

It’s called Aboriginal Community Connectors, is led by the NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Peak Organisations (NSW CAPO) and is delivered in Tamworth by the Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council.…