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Sue Tomat, owner at GumLeaf Green, has posted the next instalment of The Reality-Check Alphabet: The dot point dilemma.

Winter is coming …

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. Sports facilities for young women? Safety cameras for your local community? Bushfire relief funds? This government has the funds – if, according to their handy colour-coded charts, you are in a preferred electorate.

Some of the cartoons illustrating articles for the next two issues of The Alternative Law Journal. Topics include Aboriginal Law and Australian Law, the certification of native foods, the global warming protests, the value of wildlife, the non-disclosure culture, gaps in the law regarding students and others on work experience, and lawyers suffering vicarious trauma from their cases.

The Reality-Check Alphabet: Curiosity. Each month Sue Tomat, owner of Gumleaf Green adds to her Reality Check Alphabet on Linkedin.

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. Pro Bono is ‘a group of socially-minded individuals who help purpose-driven people and organisations … to grow (their) impact. We believe society is better off when there is a thriving social economy.’

Last week’s Pro Bono news cartoon, sparked by this post: ‘It’s just horrible’: Community sector dismayed by homeless ‘tent cities’ in WA