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Some cartoons from this year’s Future of Communities: Power To The People Conference, held in Melbourne 14-15th September, an annual event created by the Bank of Ideas and the Municipal Association of Victoria.

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Cartoons from the latest Australian Options magazine.

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This week’s Pro Bono News cartoon. The ideas came from Karen Mahlab’s  (founder of  Pro Bono Australia) blog post ‘The social economy – working towards the common good’. As the intro to the post says: There is a noticeable shift from purely profit-driven capitalism towards integrated social citizenship, which is happening in Australia and around the world, writes Karen Mahlab in her latest blog.

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‘Australians foresee a future where their society is more skilled but less friendly and moral, Queensland University of Technology research has found.’ Read the Pro Bono post: Gloomy Aussie Outlook Forecasts Unfriendly Future. This is the latest Pro Bono news cartoon.

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This month’s New Internationalist ‘Scratchy lines’ cartoon. For the New Internationalist Australia, including its Fair trade shop click here.

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Bob Dick is well known as an action researcher, an elder of  facilitation in Australia, and an international figure in the field of Action Learning and Action Research – as facilitator Andrew Rixon, writes in his introduction to Bob’s Approaching Change – one story at a time, 20 stories and insights for coaches, facilitators, trainers and change leaders; an e-book to be launched next week – more details and buy it here.

Bob Dick begins his collection with ‘…the discovery of the virtues of story as intervention and story for diagnosis.’ Tools for change!

These illustrations are just hints to the story gems in this book.

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The Scratchy Lines cartoon for this month’s New Internationalist magazine. (The Australian site and blog is here).

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Here is today’s Pro Bono News cartoon.

The not-for-profit sector is set to do it tough under our new conservative government. The government has said it will abolish the charities regulator (ACNC), and the minister in charge of the new Disability Care (NDIS) is not in the cabinet. Read more here.

On the bright side, the UN World Happiness Report has ranked Australia in 10th place. Read the Pro Bono article here.

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Important reforms languish as the sitting days of parliament peter out, as some sort of compensation the political soap opera has taken an exciting (and distracting) twist.

Pro Bono is the online hub for people involved in Australia’s Not-for-Profit organisations. Here is today’s Pro Bono website NFP Kneebone cartoon.

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