The ILC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
Three Indigenous jackaroos from communities in Western Australia’s Kimberley region are visiting Indonesian cattle operations during February to gain an insight into the operations of overseas trading partners.
Indigenous women and children in crisis in Perth will benefit from expanded services following the official opening of a new refuge on land bought by the ILC.
Mamabulanjin Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) is going green with support from the ILC.
The ILC and Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Inc have shared the cost of installing a solar power system at the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Arts Centre in Yirrkala, north-east Arnhem Land.
The ILC’s agri-business subsidiary National Indigenous Pastoral Enterprises (NIPE) is helping to build a closer relationship with the Indonesian cattle industry through a new exchange program.