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455th NSWALC Council Meeting

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) met for its 455th Meeting on Thursday 21 March 2024 in Parramatta.

The meeting was the first meeting of the new Council since the NSWALC Elections were held in February 2024.

The 455th meeting followed a 2½ day induction schedule for Councillors.…

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Applications Open: 2024-25 Round of the NSWALC Regional Event Grants

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2024-25 Round of the NSWALC Regional Event Grants.

The NSWALC Regional Event Grants Program

Events chosen for a NSWALC Regional Event Grant must support and promote Aboriginal culture and/or sporting achievement, have Aboriginal participation and be of regional significance for Aboriginal peoples in NSW.…

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Candidates Finalised for the 2024 NSWALC Elections

27 candidates have nominated to contest the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) elections on Saturday, 24 February.

136 polling booths will be set up across eight of the nine regions to elect the new Council to represent the NSWALC membership for the next four years.…

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NSWALC calls out racism; tells mob to stay safe in lead-up to Survival Day

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) denounces the divisive debate around celebrating Australia Day on January 26, as this day represents the invasion and dispossession of Aboriginal lands, and the beginning of colonisation.

“We know a growing number of Australians are also uncomfortable with celebrating Australia Day on January 26 and want a different day celebrated to reflect our inclusive society,’’ NSWALC CEO Yuseph Deen said.…

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NSWALC congratulates Senator Dodson on his outstanding legacy

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has congratulated Yawuru man Senator Pat Dodson on his outstanding contribution to public service and making a profound difference in the lives of First Nations peoples.

Late last year Senator Dodson announced he would be stepping down on 26 January 2024 after 7 years in the Senate.…

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Looking Back on 2023

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) thanks the Land Rights Network for another successful year, as we continued our work together to support and strengthen our communities across 2023.

The NSWALC Council and Staff thank all Local Aboriginal Land Councils and members for your continued commitment to your communities and we look forward to a positive and productive 2024 together.…

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Your Feedback on NSWALC Programs, Grants and Training

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is inviting you to have your say about your experiences with NSWALC’s grants, programs and training.

Your feedback and insights are important for us to know, so we can improve what we do to better meet your needs.…