Editorial of March, 05th 2021

An International Women’s Day with an egalitarian future in the world of COVID-19

Women are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, as health professionals, caregivers, innovators, community organizers and, in some cases, as national leaders who are among the most exemplary and effective leaders in the fight against the pandemic. The crisis has underscored the critical importance of women’s contributions and the disproportionate burden they bear” said the United Nations, as it seeks to pay tribute to women in this difficult pandemic period.
And UN Women to recall: “since the appearance of COVID-19, data and reports … show that all types of violence against women and girls, especially domestic violence, have increased.”.
The health crisis increases tenfold these problems, already major in normal times. All the more reason to mobilize forcefully, as the cartoonists of Cartooning for Peace have always done.
So don’t forget to take part in the “Generation Equality: picture it” Contest: you have until March 14!
And discover our book “ En avant toutes ! “in bookstores!

To see our previous weekly editorials on international news, take a look here!

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  • Hossien Rezaye (Afghanistan)
    Hossien Rezaye (Afghanistan)
  • Firoozeh (Iran)
    Firoozeh (Iran)
  • Elena (Colombie / Colombia)
    Elena (Colombie / Colombia)
  • Nardi (Italie / Italy)
    Nardi (Italie / Italy)
  • Paresh (Inde / India), Khaleej Times
    Paresh (Inde / India), Khaleej Times
    "Journée internationale de la femme - Foeticide féminin - Manque de respect - Soyez audacieux pour le changement - Égalité des sexes - abus"
  • Cécile Bertrand (Belgique / Belgium)
    Cécile Bertrand (Belgique / Belgium)
    "The wage gap - Abyssal! "
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
    Glez (Burkina Faso)
    "organization chart"
  • Herrmann (Suisse / Switzerland), Tribune de Genève
    Herrmann (Suisse / Switzerland), Tribune de Genève
    "I want to win as much as a man! - A man would have asked for more! "
  • Bouzard (France)
    Bouzard (France)
    "224 women at the assembly - Check out this little ass !!!"
  • Cam de la Fu (Venezuela)
    Cam de la Fu (Venezuela)
  • Willis from Tunis (Tunisie / Tunisia)
    Willis from Tunis (Tunisie / Tunisia)
    "I cleaned up. - The dishes - The ironing. - The children are showered and put to bed. - The dinner. - The shopping. - Paid the bills. - I can finally go and demonstrate against oppression! - down with injustice"
  • Jiho (France), Marianne
    Jiho (France), Marianne
    "For equality - And you would want all this before the end of the world, I suppose?"

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