As part of the International Day of Peace, the 21th of September, Cartooning for Peace and the City of Strasbourg are pleased to present the exhibition “Human Rights, still some way to go?” until the 8th of November at the Terrasse du Palais Rohan.
OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION “HUMAN RIGHTS, STILL SOME WAY TO GO?“ AND PRESS CONFERENCE, TERRASSE DU PALAIS ROHAN, 5 PM
“The exhibition highlights the founding principle that we are all born free and equal in dignity and rights. It invites visitors to give practical effect to the vision of hope, freedom and universalism conveyed by the Universal Declaration,” said Commissioner Mijatović. “The cartoons exhibition also pay tribute to all those fighting on the front line to protect human rights“.
With 30 press cartoons, the exhibition reminds us of the relevance of the Universal Declaration against a background in which its values and principles are currently under serious threat.
The opening will take place on the 21th of September at 5:00 pm by the Mayor of Strasbourg and Plantu, president of Cartooning for Peace, in partnership with the Club de la Presse of Strasbourg.
COMMENTED VISIT AS PART OF THE BIBLIOTHÈQUES IDÉALES, TERRASSE DU PALAIS ROHAN, 5:00 PM
A visit commented by Plantu, president of Cartooning for Peace, as part of the Bibliothèques idéales, will open this season, placed under press cartoons.
This exhibition is also a part of the French Presidency of the committee of the Ministers of the Council of Europe.