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Today’s Pro Bono News cartoon. For more see the post Record Grant to Great Barrier reef Charity Comes Under Senate Scrutiny.

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How much does Australia spend on foreign aid? Not quite as much as we think. For the fifth most prosperous country in the OECD we rank 21st in generosity. Read more here on the Pro Bono website. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

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The Scratchy Lines cartoon in the June issue of New Internationalist magazine.

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A new report renews calls to raise welfare payments.Today’s Pro Bono news Kneebone cartoon

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The Scratchy Lines cartoon in this month’s New Internationalist .

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Cartoon in the current issue of Australian Options, for Jim Stanford’s article ‘wage crisis has obvious solutions‘.

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Australian Options – cartoons from the March quarterly issue. One focus is on the Australian government’s dismissal of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.  The Statement was issued by the Referendum Council on behalf of 227 First Nations delegates, ‘the most proportionately significant consultation process that has ever been undertaken with First Peoples’.

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The Australian Not-For-Profit sector is larger than Australia’s agriculture sector, it employs more than each of the retail, mining, manufacturing and construction sectors. Unlike these sectors it lacks a champion within the Australian  government, as Krystian Seibert argues, ‘It’s time we had a not-for-profit sector ombudsman’.  This week’s Pro Bono news Kneebone cartoon.

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Today’s Pro Bono news Kneebone Cartoon. See the post: ‘Australian philanthropists sign an open letter urging foreign donations bill redraft’

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The March edition of New Internationalist magazine Scratchy Lines cartoon.

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