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In 2004 Darren Roberts, a deaf man, founded The Auslan Company, the only privately Deaf owned and non-government funded Auslan training organisation in Australia. In 2015 he wrote My Daddy is Deaf which I illustrated. This year we have revised the layout, added a new cover and some new illustrations ready for publication. The price is $30 including postage, contact Darren at learnauslanonline@gmail.com

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.

Independence Educational publishers UK produce Issues a series of high quality cross-curricular resource books for secondary school students. Six new books in the series have just been published: Active citizenship, Bullying, Business, Health & fitness, Waste & recycling and Privacy. Each book includes a number of cartoon illustrations by cartoonists Angelo Madrid and myself. Some of my illustrations are below.

Two videos by Laundry Lane Productions for STARTTS, the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors. STARTTS developed the scripts from which I drew storyboards and, after feedback, the illustrations. The illustration pieces for each scene were animated, along with voiceover and sound, by Santiago Dutil.

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

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.

“Maybe We’ll Get Somewhere”: “Fast Car” and the place of Folk Music, by Noah Berlatsky, a new article on the Culturico website.

Brian Lim and his small team at Wise Networking have been innovating an air-deployable mobile cell network solution – a miniature mobile phone tower that can be air dropped into a disaster area to quickly restore mobile coverage. Each miniature tower sits within its ‘Gyrochute’ which gently drops the tower to the ground. Read the full story featured in this month’s International Fire Fighter Magazine, pages 84-86, and watch the prototype Gyrochute in action here. These are some of the drawings to help explain the concept and its potential.

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Democracy Co – deliberative democracy experts – break new ground delivering an online Citizens’ Jury  at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak.