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Report of NAILSMA Forum, 1-2 September, 2004
  The first forum of the North Australian Indigenous Land & Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA) was held at Wynbarra waterhole on Menngen Aboriginal Land Trust in the Victoria River District near...
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Managing Water For Australia. The Social and Institutional Challenges (2007). Editors: Karen Hussey and Stephen Dovers. Published by CSIRO Publishing.
  Managing Water For Australia. The Social and Institutional Challenges Indigenous perspectives in water management, reforms and implementation   Published in 2007, the book titled 'Managing Water...
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NAILSMA Discussion Paper 2020 Summit
  One of the Alliance's many objectives is to promote a wider understanding of the land management needs of Aboriginal landowners.  Papers from this section discuss viewpoints, strategic directions...
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  Land and Sea Ranger Conference Waminari Bay, West Arnhem Land 1-4 June 2009 NAILSMA was invited to participate in the Land and Sea Management Ranger Conference. This conference was convened by the...
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The NAILSMA Knowledge Series recognises and provides a forum for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people responsible for land and sea management across Northern Australia. It is an information point for...
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Growing the Alliance- A paper presented by Peter Yu
  Growing the Alliance- A paper presented by Peter Yu at the Caring For Country 2nd National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference Cardwell – Queensland on Tuesday 10th October 2007 The...
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This report, Living on Saltwater Country, was commissioned by the National Oceans Office and carried out by consultants with advice, collaboration and input from the Northern Land Council, the...
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The National Water Initiative (2004) builds on the framework developed by the Council of Australian Governments(COAG) national water reform (1994)...
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Always part of us
  “Always part of us”: The socioeconomics of Indigenous customary use and management of dugong and marine turtles—a view from Bardi and Jawi sea country, Western Australia Purpose and background...
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This report summarises the main sources of publicly available written information about Aboriginal associations with, rights to, responsibility for,...
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