A Structure for the Strategic Development of the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance

A Structure for the Strategic Development of the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Report

  • Author(s): Armstrong, R., Yu, P., Morrison, J.
  • Published: 2004
  • Publisher: Tropical Savannas CRC

Abstract: The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA) held a scene setting workshop in Darwin in May 2004. This workshop aimed to determine the scope of NAILSMA as an organisation and the governance that was appropriate to it. A potential structure for NAILSMA was presented at this meeting and is represented in Figure 1. This paper aims to articulate the benefits of this structure, as agreed at the workshop, and provide input into further discussion on the future development of NAILSMA. The paper begins by summarising the current structure and aims of NAILSMA. This is followed, by a discussion of key factors relevant to Indigenous land and sea management in the North. The third section of this paper briefly describes the model structure presented at the scene setting workshop. The paper is concluded by articulating the benefits of the model structure for the future development of NAILSMA with reference to the discussion provided.

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Armstrong, R., Yu, P., Morrison, J., 2004, A Structure for the Strategic Development of the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance, Report, viewed 27 May 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=17657.

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