Report of the 3rd National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference

Conference held in Broken Hill NSW from 2 - 5 November 2010

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This document contains short reports of key points raised in plenary sessions and brief summaries of issues raised at concurrent sessions. Space available
does not enable all the issues discussed by speakers to be covered, but to the best of our ability it accurately reflects the speakers’ views as expressed. It is not
in any way intended to be a direct or full report of speakers’ presentations. However, video and audio clips of speakers’ presentations can be found on the  website.

2010 was the UN International Year of Biodiversity. This is a report of the third National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference (NILSMC) held in Broken Hill from 2-5 November 2010. NILSMC is intended to be held every two years and hosted by an Indigenous community. The first conference was held in 2005 at Ross River Station near Alice Springs and the second took place in 2007 in Cardwell, Queensland.

Some 600 people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional owners and leaders, community organisations and people who work in the
environmental and heritage conservation industry, key stakeholders, government representatives and industry partners from around Australia attended the conference at Broken Hill.

National Indigenous Land and Sea Management Conference
Leading Sustainable Traditions
2 to 5 November 2010, Broken Hill