In December 2015, with the support of the European Commission, Cartooning for Peace brings together 28 European cartoonists to discuss human rights inside the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The exhibition “Cartooning for Human Rights” is presented together with this meeting.
The catalogue of the exhibition 17 goals for sustainable development is published on the occasion of the participation of Cartooning for Peace in the European Development Days, on the 3rd and 4th of June 2015 in Brussels.
Each year, the European Development Days gather about 5000 participants coming from more than 140 countries and representing 1200 organisations from development, cooperation, human rights and humanitarian aid sectors.
Cartooning for Peace joins this great event by displaying an exhibition made of editorial cartoons that depict the 17 sustainable development objectives of the new Millennium Goals..
For the release of the film « Cartoonists – Footsoldiers of Democracy », directed by Stéphanie Valloatto, co-written and produced by Radu Mihaileanu, the Editions Actes Sud published an eponymous book, presenting twelve great international cartoonists, well known for their courage and their commitment to democracy. This book retraces the lives of these 12 footsoldiers of free speech. It highlights their fight, explores their creativity and presents around 300 cartoons.
Available in bookstores on May 28th, 2014
22,90€ – isbn : 978-2-330-03611-9
Reporters Without Borders publishes its 44th album: “A 100 cartoons from Cartooning for Peace for press freedom”!
On the 5th of December 2013, Reporters Without Borders publishes a new album entirely dedicated to cartoons: a 100 cartoons from Cartooning for Peace for press freedom. More than 50 editorial cartoonists and journalists around the world contributed to this collectors’ item on freedom of expression, the state of the world and what is now a hot topic: “the world under surveillance.”
Now available in digital version on the Apple Store for 7,99€.
“Plantu and the 77 cartoonists…Dictators, racists, polluters, sexists, warmongers… Leave us alone!”
This could be the cartoonists from all over the world cry. They are too often harassed by fundamentalists and intolerance of all kinds, rejected by politicians who only appreciate cartoons when they attack the opposing party and supervised too strictly by editors.
Since 2010, the Caen Memorial holds a permanent exhibition imagined by Plantu with the worldwide editorial cartoonists association “Cartooning for Peace”. The album from the Editions Beaux Arts contains a selection of major cartoons which tackle abuses of power, religions, soldiers, financier, etc.
Information about the book: 148 pages – 22 x 28,5 cm – EAN : 9782842787509
12,50€ all taxes included
“I have a dream – sketching a new world” was published by Steinkis editions in August 2013, in association with Cartooning for Peace. This collective book pays tribute to Martin Luther King on the occasion ot the 50th anniversary of his famous speech.
In 2009, on the occasion of the Belgian Presidency, the Cultural Center of Wallonie-Bruxelles center pays tribute to the sixty years of European Union and presents an exhibition of editorial cartoons titled “It’s Brussels’ fault”, in Paris and Brussels, retracing the steps of European construction.
The exhibition and the eponymous book are produced in partnership with Cartooning for Peace and International Courier.
December 2010. Mohamed Bouazizi, young Tunisian of 26 years old, set himself on fire in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia. This desperate act is the start of protest movements that spread through Arab world in 2011 ; revolutions against dictatorships also known as the Arab Spring.
Drawing is always the expression of a revolt, most of the time the expression of population’s revolt. “Get lost!” book compiles sketches on unprecedented revolutions in the Arab world in 2011.
Fetjaine Editions, 2011
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Kofi Annan, Nobel Peace Prize and former Secretary General of the UN, and Plantu, French editorial cartoonist at Le Monde newspaper, gathered together twelve of the greatest international cartoonists at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on October 16, 2006, at a symposium entitled « Unlearning Intolerance ».
The Cartooning for Peace initiative started with this meeting. It aims to promote a better understanding and mutual respect between people of different cultures and beliefs using editorial cartoons as a universal language.
Cartooning for Peace is now a network of more than 140 editorial cartoonists from all over the world committed for Freedom of Speech and Tolerance!