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South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Native Title Representative Body | Statutory Body
Place:Perth
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • SWALSC
  • Subject Matter:Native Title | Cultural Heritage
    URL: http://www.noongar.org.au/
    Summary Information:
    The South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) is an Incorporated Aboriginal Association that achieved Native Title Representative Body status in December 2001.
    SWALSC'S mission is:
  • to support and promote Noongar culture;
  • to improve the well being of Noongar people;
  • to alleviate poverty and disadvantage for Noongar people;
  • to secure land and protect Noongar heritage;
  • to make policy on Noongar Land in accordance with Noongar traditions; and
  • to seek legal, political and historical recognition for Noongar people.

    It became the NTRB for the area for which the Noongar Land Council Aboriginal Corporation was formerly the representative body.

  • Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council and Western Australian Local Government Association - Signatory
  • Heritage Protection Agreement - Signatory
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council and the Department of Industry and Resources - Signatory
  • CG (Deceased) on behalf of the Badimia People v State of Western Australia (No 2) [2015] FCA 507 - Respondent
  • Organisation
  • Western Australian Local Government Association
  • Department of Industry and Resources (WA)
  • Noongar Land Council Aboriginal Corporation
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Native Title Amendment Act 1998 (Cth)
  • People
  • Noongar People
  • Case Law
  • Bennell v State of Western Australia [2006] FCA 1243

  • Glossary

    Native Title Representative Body (NTRB) (Australia) | Statutory Body | Native Title (Australia)

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