News, media releases and speeches from the ILSC
The ILSC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land, salt water and fresh water so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
Kenisha Winunguj, a young Indigenous woman and one of the many RJP participants, recently began working as a Miyalk Ranger for Yirralka Miyalk, a social enterprise supported by the RJP.
WYAC is on the move – having relocated to a new, fit-for-purpose Headquarters located in Spalding, Western Australia.
The ILSC is pleased to announce the implementation of its new Consent and Caveats Policy – aimed at creating a fair and transparent approach to the ILSC’s assessment of applications to consent to the transfer or charging of granted Assets.
Celebrations are in full swing for the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Aboriginal Corporation, who officially opened their new headquarters today on Gumbaynggirr land in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.