The ILSC Corporate Plan 2021-2022, Unlocking the Indigenous Estate – Strategy to 2025 continues to build on the ILSC’s vision for Indigenous people to enjoy the rightful entitlements, opportunities and benefits that the return of country and its management brings.
The timing of our new Corporate Plan has enabled a realignment of our two chief strategic documents under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act 2005 and the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act (PGPA Act) 2013 such that the refreshed National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy (NILSS) – our primary policy document – provides the key strategic direction for our organisation, defining the long-term outcomes we hope to achieve; how we are aligning our activities to those outcomes (or pathways); and our broad national (and regional) focus areas for prioritising ILSC investment.
Outlined in our Corporate Plan, are our four pathways of change:
- Indigenous people are maintaining and growing the value and productivity of country.
- Indigenous people are owning and managing country sustainably.
- Indigenous people are influencing policy and opportunity for country.
- Indigenous people are strengthening culture through reconnection to country.