The Kurdiji Law and Justice Group have been instrumental in bringing Indigenous cultural law and decision-making to the justice system, within a very remote NT community. There are important kinship systems and connections that should be considered in law decisions and in the post-prison integration back to community. They have too often witnessed the dire challenges of people returning to community after prison, and how it affects relationships within community. All too often people are not welcomed back adequately, nor given the mental and emotional safe space to reintegrate. Members of the Kurdiji group will also discuss their recent journey to Incorporation, and why this is important to empowering their own decision-making and vision planning within community.