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Despite headlines claiming a crisis of confidence in charities and not-for-profits, there is no evidence for a global trust crisis in the not-for-profit sector. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

John Mckenna, empowerment advocate, podcaster and commentator interviewed me for his So…podcast series, listen here, or on Spotify. Above is a slide show of cartoons to promote the interview. Check out John’s other podcasts – which are adapted to support those who are missing out on podcasts such as the deaf community and older people, find out more here.

Australia’s 2020 federal budget. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

‘Disability advocates fear the introduction of independent assessments in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a cost cutting measure to reduce the number of people in the program, despite the government’s insistence the change will make the eligibility process simpler and fairer.’ Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. 

Last week’s Pro Bono news cartoon came together after reading Moira Were’s ‘End of the Nest Egg?’, posted on Linkedin.

Mining company Rio Tinto’s destruction of the Juukan Caves in the Hamersley Range, Western Australia, provoked Parry Agius of Linking Futures to develop a series of images targeting investors in mining companies. The aim is to encourage investors to consider indigenous heritage sites as libraries of knowledge, history and humanity spanning thousands of years and appeal to their moral judgement in reassessing their investment. The Juukan Caves site showed evidence of 47,000 years of human occupation. Other sites across the country show evidence of up to 60,000 years. Here are some of the images:

Yesterday’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

‘Sovereign Citizens’, self-centred saboteurs of sense, safety and society ….

Australia’s borders are shut, so where does that leave refugees? This week’s Pro Bono news cartoon.