Our Vision Mission and Values

Our Vision Mission and Values


 GLSC Vision

The GLSC’s corporate vision is to consult with and effectively represent Aboriginal people within its region, particularly with regard to the achievement of meaningful native title outcomes and other land justice initiatives, while performing its functions under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).
GLSC Mission
Benchmark by setting new, innovative standards in developing and implementing Native Title processes throughsustainable business practices. Initiate best practice principles in representing Native Title interest and achieving the most successful outcomes possible connecting with the environment, land and the community. Enhance and encourageaboriginal involvement within the Goldfield’s region in ownership, effective relationship building, mediation and land management. Innovate through education and training of local related communities, businesses and corporations in Native Title issues, claims and land management, now and for the future.
GLSC Values
These values are:
  • Respect for elders, members of the Indigenous community and one another
  • Professionalism and accountability
  • Responsiveness to client needs and aspirations
  • Commitment to achieving the best possible outcomes for Indigenous people
  • Efficient, fair and transparent performance of its functions under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Providing a safe, diverse and trusting workplace

The GLSC is committed to proper consultation with native title holders, persons who may hold native title and Goldfields Aboriginal communities and organisations.

Policies and Procedures

The actions of GLSC officers and staff are guided by policies and procedures laid down by the Board of Directors for the efficient operation of the organisation.

 Setting of Priorities

The GLSC has a Native Title Claims Strategy that sets out current priorities and the criteria for assessing claim priorities in future. The priorities take into account the statutory and financial framework and other constraints within which the Representative Body operates.