Nearly 200 Aboriginal leaders gathered in Alice Springs this month for the 2019 Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum.
The Northern Territory Government and Tangentyere Council Aboriginal Corporation has moved a step closer to Local Decision Making with the signing of a formal Commitment Agreement.
The Department of the Chief Minister is hosting the second NT Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum, to be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Alice Springs, 19 July 2019.
The first Implementation Plans under the landmark Groote Archipelago Local Decision Making Agreement were signed on 19 June 2019.The first three priority Implementation Plans for the Groote Archipelago cover Housing, Economic Development and Law, Justice and Rehabilitation.
Traditional Owner organisations, including Gumatj Corporation Ltd and the Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation, together with Northern Land Council, Rio Tinto, the Northern Territory Government and the Commonwealth Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, have committed to working together to achieve a positive future for Nhulunbuy and the Gove Peninsula post mining for the benefit of Yolngu land owners, local communities, businesses and industry.
Calling on emerging leaders from remote communities across the Territory. Build your leadership skills, get involved in local decision making, and make a difference in your community.
The $78.4 million Barkly Regional Deal was launched by all three levels of Government on Saturday 13 April 2019.
The NT Government has developed an Aboriginal Land and Sea Action Plan to better coordinate Aboriginal land and native title matters across the Northern Territory, and ensure land and sea ownership to delivers on the economic and social aspirations of Aboriginal Territorians.
As part of our workforce planning strategy, we offer employment to graduates.
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