The Australian Government is proud to support face-to-face exchanges between Indigenous and Local Community land and sea managers and rangers to share environmental management best practices, cross cultural experiences and develop meaningful relationships. Exchanges are important to an enduring World Indigenous Network.
The World Indigenous Network is a way to create a house of ideas where we can bring together best practice examples of the ways Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities across the world are looking after the environment and biodiversity while creating sustainable cultural economies.
Nolan Hunter, Kimberly Land Council CEO and World Indigenous Network National Advisory Group member
The Australian Government is currently organising a small number of exchanges in partnership with non-government organisations including The Pew Environment Group, The Nature Conservancy, Ocean Revolution and Indigenous and Local Community land and sea management groups.
In May 2013, park rangers from South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya in Africa travelled to the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park and Arnhem la...
In late May 2013 the Yalata rangers from South Australia will welcome counterparts from New Zealand for a WIN land and sea manager’s exchange. Wh...
Torres Strait Islander rangers and traditional owners welcome the Solomon Islanders to Australia.
A reciprocal exchange has been organised between rangers from the Torres Strait in Australia and the Arnavon Community from the Solomon Islands.
We’re excited to announce another World Indigenous Network Exchange – Mexico to Australia!
The first WIN exchange took place in October 2012 and saw Aboriginal land and sea managers, Daniel Oades and Phillip McCarthy from the Kimberley La...
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