On December 10, 1950, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed Human Rights Day “inviting all States and interested organizations” to promote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights around the world. This year, it is under the motto “Stand up for someone’s rights today!”
The Cartooning for Peace cartoonists are committed to the defense of human rights. The exhibition “Cartooning for Human Rights” will be presented at the Contemporary Art Center Winzavod in Moscow, there will be also conferences with the Russian and European cartoonists!
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During the whole month of December 2016, the exhibition “Press cartoons: a state of affairs” is on display on Paris City Council’s railings. More info here.
On Monday 31th October several members of staff from the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet have been detained by police following raids on their homes. These include editor in chief […]
Until December 30th 2016, the Society of Ilustrators in New York is hosting an exclusive exhibition to celebrate Cartooning For Peace’s anniversary. Cartoonists from all over the world, […]
Long time critic of Prime Minister and government corruption in Malaysia, cartoonist Zunar was forced to cancel his exhibition north of the capital after a pro-government angry mob assaulted […]