Webinar – Best Practice Partnership Approaches on Aboriginal Land
23 June@12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$30
Developing East Arnhem Limited (DEAL) is a non-profit economic development organisation based in Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory. DEAL works across the East Arnhem region to support the interests of traditional owners and to facilitate private and public sector investment. As the region transitions away from a mining-based economy, DEAL is focused on working in partnership to develop new industries to grow employment, particularly for Yolŋu.
This webinar will cover:
- the importance of partnerships to leverage regional economic development opportunities, particularly in remote Australia.
- how economic development organisations can work with traditional owners to assist economic development on Aboriginal Land.
Participants will learn:
- the initiatives and actions demonstrating innovative partnerships with Indigenous landowners, entrepreneurs and businesses that are responsive to their needs
- collaboration between regional organisations to achieve positive outcomes
- strategic planning to fill gaps and shortfalls in regional economic development
ACEcD Accredited Members can accrue 3 CPD points by attending this event. Don’t forget to record your CPD points here.
Jordy commenced as DEAL’s CEO in February 2019 bringing extensive experience in federal and state government, as well as Aboriginal corporations, specialising in Aboriginal land negotiations and community and economic development.
Under Jordy’s leadership, DEAL has positioned itself to drive economic diversification and regional development in partnership with traditional owners and regional stakeholders to underpin a post-mining future for East Arnhem following the anticipated closure of a major mine in the region in 2030.
Ryley is an experienced tourism professional bringing strong expertise in digital tourism, marketing and tourism development. He joined DEAL in 2019 and holds a Master of Tourism, Bachelor of Commence (Marketing) and a Graduate Certificate in Data Science.
Ryley is working to transform the East Arnhem visitor economy to drive economic growth and meaningful employment to benefit local communities.
Emma is a skilled business strategist with almost two decades of experience in international development and humanitarian experience across Africa and Asia, focusing on non-profit management, project design and management, fundraising and grant management. She joined DEAL in February 2021 in the newly created role of Business Support Manager and holds a Bachelor of Arts with majors in both in International Aid and Development and Community Development.
Through her role with us, Emma provides business support services to Yolŋu enterprises including governance, administrative support, finance, HR, investment attraction and strategy development to support their economic and business aspirations and drive economic growth for East Arnhem.
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