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NAILSMA Discussion Paper 2020 Summit
  One of the Alliance's many objectives is to promote a wider understanding of the land management needs of Aboriginal landowners.  Papers from this section discuss viewpoints, strategic directions...
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The Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists Aboriginal Corporation (ANKAAA) and NAILSMA are collaborating on a series of...
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The inaugural World Indigenous Network conference was held in Darwin in May 2013. Over 1,200 delegates representing first nation peoples from 50...
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Inside this issue of NAILSMA’s flagship publication, you’ll find articles from Indigenous people, communities and partnering organisations about the aspirations, challenges and achievements of...
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Representatives from the Arafura and Timor Seas have come together to share ideas about sustainable activities for the conservation and management...
NAILSMA I-Tracker Officer Erica McCreedy recently visited New Zealand to work with the Ngati Rangi Trust, who first learned about NAILSMA's I-...
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The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA) delivered two days of dedicated I-Tracker training to Maningrida College...
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ATSEA Northern Australia Study Tour Story Report booklet
This report provides a record of a study tour to Darwin and north east Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Australia, by ten participants from the Republic of Indonesia and the Democratic Republic...
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Looking After Country: The NAILSMA I-Tracker story chronicles a revolutionary approach to land and sea management by Indigenous rangers. For the first time, the experiences of nearly twenty different...
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The Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation, Uunguu Rangers, NAILSMA and CSIRO are working together to develop a new method for monitoring marine turtles (Mangguru) and dugongs (Balguja). The...
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