ALMG supports Aligning Indigenous Land Management with Economic Development Conference


The ALM Group has thrown its support behind the 3rd Annual Aligning Indigenous Land Management with Economic Development Conference, which is being held 21 and 22 March 2012 at the Novotel Perth Hotel Langley.

The theme of the event is Maximising land tenure & Native Title opportunities for improved socio-economic outcomes

Navigating Native Title processes and how to reclaim land is often a complex and ongoing challenge. The 3rd Annual Aligning Indigenous Land Management with Economic Development Conference will illustrate the latest developments in Native Title claims and how Traditional Owners can be better equipped to fight for their land and utilise it for the benefit of their communities.

Bringing together leaders from land councils, government, native title bodies and community organisations at the forefront of progressive Indigenous land management, this conference is a must attend for all stakeholders with an interest in land, development and environmental preservation in Western Australia and beyond.

Featuring keynote contributions from:

Wayne Bergmann, Chief Executive Officer, KRED Enterprises

Brian Wyatt, Chief Executive Officer, National Native Title Council

Glen Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council

Daryl Moncrieff, Regional Manager – Kimberley, Department of Environment and Conservation, WA

Nolan Hunter, Chief Executive Officer, Kimberley Land Council

Nicole Roocke, Director, The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia

Plus many more!

For the full speaker line-up and conference agenda visit the conference website.

The Australian Land Management Group and Criterion Conferences are pleased to offer ALMG members an exclusive 10% discount off the standard registration fee.

For more information or to register contact Criterion Conferences on 1300 316 882 or email. Don’t forget to quote your discount code CC*ALMG when registering to receive your 10% discount.