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Category Archives: community issues

 

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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. For background see Fundraising efforts must continue  and Bushfire response: do Australian Not-for-Profits have a trust problem? on the Pro Bono website.

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An adaption of a SA Recovery diagram for Horse SA. Visit Horse SA for information on horse health post-bushfires, land care and preparing for the next emergency:

https://www.horsesa.asn.au/noticeboard

https://www.horsesa.asn.au/horses-emergencies

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‘Political advocacy is an essential task for charities and is something that must be protected’, Greenpeace’s response to comments by Senator James Mcgrath that the charity should be stripped of its tax deductible donations status. Assistant Minister for Charities Zed Seselja said “I would expect all organisations who are subsidised by the taxpayer to act in line with their obligations and in line with the expectations of the public,” – read the post on the Pro Bono website here. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

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‘Australian aid groups have slammed the federal government’s decision to bow out of the Green Climate Fund, saying it will not only affect their ability to carry out front line work but will hurt the world’s most vulnerable people’. Yesterday’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon – see the post Australia’s hunger crisis leaving vulnerable women without food.

 

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Cartoon recording at the final Waterways of the West – Community Vision deliberative democracy gathering, with strong indigenous voices, completing the communities’ vision and priorities for the waterways of Melbourne’s west until 2070.

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Illustration for a new article posted on the  CULTURICO  blog, Critical thinking in education, ‘…with an increasing volume of communication present in everyday life there is a greater need to critically examine this overwhelming amount of information.’

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Aggressive Denial, Deflection, Paternalism and Complacency… today’s Four Horsemen.