Today marks a major milestone for the Budj Bim Rangers, who now have their own base to protect and manage this remarkable part of Australia, further boosting their profile thanks to the tourism and land management opportunities that come with a permanent residence.
The community consultation report has now been released and we are excited to share what we heard across the country. We are also pleased to release the NILSS outline for comment. The outline offers a glimpse into the future of the ILSC by sharing early insights into the upcoming NILSS.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation’s Real Jobs Program has celebrated 15 years of delivering authentic employment and training opportunities for Indigenous Australians at its annual RJP Forum.
Since 2007, the ILSC has received funding from the Federal Budget to manage the Real Jobs Program in the Northern Territory. This provides work-based training and employment for unemployed Indigenous people, to build their capacity and assist their transition into jobs in the land management, tourism and agribusiness sectors.