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Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom

“RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index has highlighted a deep and worrying decline in the ability of journalists to operate freely and independently throughout the world, including these 12 countries.” (source: Reporters Without Borders)

 

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  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Chimulus (France)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Chimulus (France)
    Reporters without borders - World Press Freedom Day
  • Emad Hajjaj (Jordan), published on CagleCartoons
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Emad Hajjaj (Jordan), published on CagleCartoons
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Payam (Iran)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Payam (Iran)
  • Riber (Sweden)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Riber (Sweden)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Karry (Peru), published in El Otorongo
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Karry (Peru), published in El Otorongo
  • Darío (Mexico)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Darío (Mexico)
  • Hall (USA)
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Hall (USA)
  • Willis from Tunis (Tunisia), published in Siné Mensuel
    Cartoonists take up their pens to defend press freedom - Willis from Tunis (Tunisia), published in Siné Mensuel
    What we cannot draw or else we get in trouble : the prophet, militia, religion, the police, the army, insults, flag, sex, porn, rape, syndicate. - And your sister? Can we draw your sister?
  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Chimulus (France)
  • Emad Hajjaj (Jordan), published on CagleCartoons
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Payam (Iran)
  • Riber (Sweden)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Karry (Peru), published in El Otorongo
  • Darío (Mexico)
  • Hall (USA)
  • Willis from Tunis (Tunisia), published in Siné Mensuel