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NSWALC Strategic Plan 2022-2026 Now Available

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.…

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Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill Introduced in NSW Parliament

24 June 2022

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) would like to inform the Land Rights Network that the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage (Culture is Identity) Bill 2022 (the Bill) has now been introduced in NSW Parliament. Reverend the Hon. Fred Nile MLC read the Bill in the Legislative Council on Wednesday 22 June.…

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Time for Meaningful Protections for Aboriginal Cultural Heritage in NSW

16 June 2022

Support for New Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill in NSW

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) provides our in-principle support for the Hon. Reverend Fred Nile’s Aboriginal Cultural Heritage (Culture is Identity) Bill 2022.

The Aboriginal Cultural Heritage (Culture is Identity) Bill 2022 (the Bill)is a meaningful starting point to reform Aboriginal culture and heritage protection for future generations of Australians.…

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Support for New Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill

16 June 2022

Support for New Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill in NSW

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) understands the Hon. Reverend Fred Nile intends to introduce the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage (Culture is Identity) Bill 2022 (the Bill) into NSW Parliament next week.…

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NSWALC Strategic Plan & Annual Supplement open for consultation

24 May 2022

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is inviting comment on our draft Strategic Plan 2022-26 (the Plan) and the Draft Strategic Plan Annual Supplement 2022-2023

How NSWALC’s Strategic Planning works

The Strategic Plan and Annual Strategic Plan Supplement serve as NSWALC’s Community, Land and Business Plan in accordance with section 137A of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 NSW (ALRA).…

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International Youth Day 2020

It’s International Youth Day 2020, a day of awareness to draw attention to youth issues locally, nationally and worldwide.

The 2020 theme “Youth Engagement for Global Action” highlights how engaging young people can enrich and enhance communities and organisations.

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council knows that the Land Rights movement needs strong young leaders to continue the work done on behalf of Aboriginal communities in NSW.…

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Statement from NSWALC – Murrin Bridge Aboriginal Community

NSWALC has been providing assistance to the Murrin Bridge Local Aboriginal Land Council after being advised of a COVID-19 related matter affecting its community near Lake Cargelligo.

Subsequently, the Murrin Bridge LALC (MBLALC) voluntarily closed the Aboriginal community on Monday 10 August, 2020 for 14 days.…

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Sorry Business – Maurice Stewart

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council and the Office of the Registrar mourns the loss of La Perouse Elder, Maurice Stewart.

Maurice is a lifelong member of La Perouse LALC and served as Treasurer in the mid-1990s.

He was a passionate advocate for Aboriginal rights and worked in land rights for over 20 years.…

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Support for National Agreement on Closing the Gap

NSW Coalition of Aboriginal Peak Organisations (NSW CAPO) has supported the National Agreement on Closing the Gap signed by the National Cabinet, the Australian Local Government Association and the Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peak organisations today.…