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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. Find out more about Pro Bono here.

Preparing for the Census 2021 data release. .id informed decisions are demographers who ‘have deep expertise in demographics, economics, housing and population forecasting.’ See their blog posts for many more insights.

Australian companies are failing to comply with modern slavery laws, “When you speak to a glove worker in Malaysia forced to work around the clock to make PPE for the COVID crisis, or a migrant worker on an Australian farm working in terrible conditions, it brings home just how much more needs to be done,” Freya Dinshaw, a lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

The last Pro Bono news cartoon for 2021. Pro Bono Australia is a voice for the social sector, ‘… a group of socially-minded individuals who help purpose-driven people and organisations … grow (their) impact. We believe society is better off when there is a thriving social economy. So over two decades ago, before the words “social enterprise” even existed, we started one. Our mission is simple: to activate good intentions.’

Independence Educational Publishers are “Cambridge-based educational publishers of books and online resources that tackle important social issues. Our products present accessible information on topics such as drugs, relationship abuse, racial discrimination, poverty, and many more.” These are some of the cartoon illustrations from their latest set of books on Alcohol Addiction, National Health, Housing, Disability, Pregnancy and Teen Self-care.

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

A wave of community support reaching State Parliament in the form of signatures on the AEU Student Support Funding petition’. More that 10,000 people signed the petition. The cover illustration for the Australian Education Union (AEU), South Australian branch Journal.

This week’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

A video for the Remote Area Health CorpsContinuous Quality Improvement (CQI) eLearning module. The Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) was established in 2008 and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health under The Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme: Stronger Futures Northern Territory to “address persistent challenges to accessing primary healthcare services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait people in the Northern Territory”.