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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. it is NAIDOC Week.

Cartoon illustrating Mike Rungie’s Get busy living or get busy dying: option, published today in Aged Care Insite. ‘Older people are telling us it’s not their death that they are worried about but the years of suffering before it. Strangely, this suffering has never bothered the rest of us enough to do much about it…’

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.

The Pro Bono News team are all in Melbourne and, like many of our readers, have spent a significant time in lockdown over the past 18 months (and counting). We’ve been working hard to keep you up-to-date with all the happenings across the social sector throughout the pandemic. But the truth is, we’re a little tired. So we’re taking a break for a few days to recharge.’

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. Inspired by the post The future of ethical AI.

Kunmanara is a book published by the Department for Education, Government of South Australia, for use in schools in the APY (Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara) Lands in the remote north west of South Australia. There are Pitjantjatjara and Yakunytjatjara language versions.

Who would have thought ….. As federal parliament continues to erupt with allegations of harassment and abuse, one of the responses from our most senior leaders has been empathy training.

Just when we need a leader on so many issues, we are plunged into a cesspool of abuse, misogyny, self-pity and missing-the-point mush. Read what he said on Tuesday, and more of the background.