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Events

A key element of NAILSMA's work is bringing together Indigenous people, ranger groups and organisations to share knowledge and experiences, particularly the intergenerational transfer of Indigenous Knowledge.

NAILSMA is also involved in developing leadership and intergenerational skills by recognising the many levels of leadership and knowledge in Indigenous communities and supporting and promoting that leadership.

You will find information about important meetings, forums and other events supported or hosted by NAILSMA here.

Date: 
24th of Sep, 2014 to 2nd of Oct, 2014
Every year, the li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit and Yanyuwa and Mara families invite paying guests to attend their annual turtle camp. Visitors...
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25th of Sep, 2013 to 3rd of Oct, 2013
  In 2012, the li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit held a highly successful 'eco-trial' at Mamadthamburru [North Beach] on West Island. Following on...
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14th of Nov, 2012 to 15th of Nov, 2012
I-Tracker officer, Erica McCreedy, recently attended The National Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Adaptation Workshop hosted by the Yorta...
Date: 
21st of Sep, 2012 to 23rd of Sep, 2012
The theme of the conference, People and Conservation in Land and Sea Country, aimed to put Indigenous conservation management under the spotlight. It...
Photo of co-chair Alan Maroney addressing the forum.
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17th of Aug, 2011 to 18th of Aug, 2011
The aim of the Forum was to provide Traditional Owners within the government proposed Mataranka Water Allocation Plan area an opportunity to discuss...
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24th of Mar, 2010
Indigenous experts from across north Australia launched an Indigenous Water Policy Statement at a landmark event that took place at Parliament House...