Tasmanian Government is proposing changes to the Aboriginal Lands Act 1995.
Some of the proposals will drastically change the way land is managed, who and how we elect the council members for the Aboriginal Lands Council Tasmania, and how land is returned.
Government wants any lands handed back to us to go to organisations away from
managers are experienced and have the deep knowledge and expertise to care for
our country and its resources.
Aboriginal people can access Aboriginal land. This will ...
Check out our community events across lutruwita from 4 to 8 July!
Monday, 4 July
11 am - Flag raising. Public event, all are welcome.
South at piyura kitina/Risdon CoveNorth West at TAC pataway/BurnieNorth at TAC Launceston
12 pm - Art afternoon at TAC pataway
12.15 pm - kipli (cultural lunch) at TAC Launceston
Tuesday, 5 July
11 am to 1 pm - On Country trip BBQ at limilinaturi/Mersey Bluff.
5 pm - Trivia night! Supper provided and prizes at TAC Launceston
9.30 am to ...
Notice of Special General Meeting
8 December 2021 at 4pm
Participation in the meeting can be done in person from any of the three main offices or online.
All members of the organisation are advised that a special
general meeting of the members will take place to correct our mistake in not
calling elections for the TAC Board at the AGM 2021.
The only business to be transacted will be elections for the
Board for a 2 year term and consideration of a Special Resolution that needs
Land Management Update - October 2021
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Closing the Gap Tasmanian Implementation Plan 2021-2023
The Tasmanian Government has committed to better outcomes for Tasmanian Aboriginal people, more opportunity for them and their families, to dignify the relationship with Tasmanian Aboriginal people and achieve a truly reconciled community.
Read more about this in the Closing the Gap Tasmanian Implementation Plan 2021-2023.
Closing the Gap - Tasmanian Implementation PlanDownload
Land Management Update - March 2021
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Position Vacant - Senior Health Policy Officer
A Senior Health Policy Officer is required for a statewide position based in Nipaluna/Hobart. Reporting to the Chief Executive, the position will lead a small team to research, analyse, and draft position papers and policy responses to a variety of Aboriginal health and social policy issues. The position will also lead the organisation’s Training Unit and may represent the organisation with external stakeholders. Excellent Aboriginal community networking and liaison is required as well as great ...