A conversation with Joe Morrison, CEO of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC)

A Juster(ER) Generation is a podcast series from the Edmund Rice Centre about conversations that matter.

On June 3rd, Edmund Rice Centre celebrated the contribution of Eddie Koiki Mabo whose high court case successfully challenged the legal fiction of Terra Nullius (nobody's land) and in turn changed Australia and the country’s view of history. In the second episode of a Just(ER) Generation 'Alopi Latukefu talks to Joe Morrison, head of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation, a body created as a direct result of the historic #Mabo decision 31 years ago.

Joe is the Group CEO of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC), a corporate Commonwealth entity established to assist Indigenous Australians to realise economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits that the ownership of land, water and water related rights can provide.

Joe, a Dagoman and Torres Strait Islander man, and has over 30 years’ experience working with Indigenous people in Australia and globally. He has extensive policy, research and practical experience in community and economic development, climate change, carbon economies, water rights and in leading complex institutions. He has been deeply involved in the areas of Indigenous rangers, carbon farming, climate change, economic development, research and policy, water, land rights and native title.

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