The December New Internationalist Scratchy Lines cartoon.
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Illustrations from the Quality of Life Report, the work of community leaders of the Aboriginal human services sector in South Australia, presented to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Citizens’ Jury 2, late last month.
To quote from the report: ‘The government wants us to have a conversation about nuclear. As Aboriginal community leaders and NGO service providers we say “No” to this proposal… We want the government to understand that we want a different conversation; one that focuses on unfinished business, including our experience of Maralinga; on the sickness that it created in our people and in the land; and the pain and loss that it caused. Our people need to have a future’.
The magazine Australian Options has been appearing four times a year for over 20 years. Issue 84, Spring 2016 is now out with articles on Brexit, the Chilcot Report, the economy, inequality and more. Each issue has a cartoon commentary.
Pages from the children’s book Our Home. See the book’s Facebook page here. Contact author Sue Coad for copies – $20 inc P&P in Australia (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
October’s New Internationalist cartoon.
September’s New Internationalist cartoon.
Some of the cartoons drawn at the Australasian Association for Environmental Education conference ‘Tomorrow Making, our Present to the Future’, in Adelaide, South Australia, 5-7 October.
Some cartoons from this year’s Future of Communities: Power To The People Conference, held in Melbourne 14-15th September, an annual event created by the Bank of Ideas and the Municipal Association of Victoria.
‘Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies cost taxpayers $9.6 Billion over three years’. Last fortnight’s Pro Bono News cartoon.