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The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) publishes and co-authors a wide variety of publications to keep land and sea managers, researchers, policy makers, students and others up to date with the latest developments in Indigenous natural and cultural resource management in north Australia.

You will find information on current activities in policy development, Indigenous knowledge, salt and fresh water management, youth leadership and opportunities in the carbon economy.

These documents can be accessed through the search options to the right of this page. If you would like further information please let us know: contact@nailsma.org.au

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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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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The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) and Live & Learn Environmental Education (Live & Learn) developed this manual as part of NAILSMA’s Carbon...
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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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This discussion paper outlines the issues and responses required to maintain relative autonomy in collaboration for natural and cultural heritage conservation, as elements of a "beyond respect"...
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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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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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This Position Paper outlines the shape and essential features of the North Australian Indigenous Experts Forum’s proposed Indigenous prospectus for northern development (Prospectus). The paper builds...
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This report presents results of a field trial conducted at Montgomery Reef, Western Australia in August 2012 of the dedicated boat-based I-Tracker Turtle and Dugong Survey application. The project is...
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In this issue you’ll find many stories from Indigenous people who live and work in north Australia - important work that is focused on issues affecting Indigenous people, their lands and seas across...
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‘Burning Business’ is a step by step information resource to Savanna Burning and the Carbon Farming Initiative. The resource explains in detail the government’s Seven Steps that need to be...
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Indigenous Experts Forum develops Prospectus for Sustainable Development About 110 Indigenous experts, advisors and government representatives travelled to Kakadu National Park, NT to attend the...
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In 2012, Tuna Blue Consulting was contracted by NAILSMA to undertake an independent assessment of the I-Tracker program using a ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) methodology.  The I-Tracker MSC study...
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Indigenous people's right to the commercial use and management of water - Policy Position - Strategic Indigenous Reserve - NKS 017/2013
The purpose of this policy paper is to present the concept of a Strategic Indigenous Reserve (SIR)* as a means to advance Indigenous economic development to address Indigenous disadvantage in...
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The 2012 NAILSMA I-Tracker Forum was held at Mary River Park, Northern Territory from the 2nd to the 4th of October. It was attended by Traditional Owners, Indigenous ranger groups, government...
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