North Coast Aboriginal Development Alliance
(NCADA)

Leading the Way by Accountability, Advocacy and Action

Our Vision

NCADA - Strengthening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples on the North Coast from the Clarence Valley to the Tweed Coast. Focussing on a strengths based model for community with a solutions based focus.


Our Mission

NCADA aims to empower, and support capacity building amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of the Northern Rivers by providing strategic and innovative leadership and authentic advocacy steeped in integrity, honesty, compassion and respectfulness.   

Vision and Mission
Background
The North Coast Aboriginal Development Alliance (NCADA) formerly Regional Aboriginal Development Alliance (RADA) is one of eight alliances across New South Wales. NCADA was set up under the NSW State Government’s (Aboriginal Affairs) OCHRE Strategy, specifically its Local Decision Making (LDM) initiative.

NCADA is underpinned by the principles of robust advocacy and leadership. The aim is to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in the Region have the requisite knowledge on issues affecting their lives and the confidence to enable them to voice their opinion on how services should be developed, delivered and evaluated.
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