120 international press cartoons return on the coronavirus crisis and alert us to the world of tomorrow.
In recent months, the spread of the Covid-19 disease has led to the containment of more than half of the planet, radically changing our daily lives.
Since the beginning of this unprecedented crisis, the association Cartooning for Peace, whose network of cartoonists extends to 67 countries on all continents, has collected hundreds of press cartoons every day that report on the international situation.
For this book with a preface by Cynthia Fleury, the 120 most striking cartoons were selected. Coming from all over the world, they help to understand the stakes related to coronavirus, a health challenge whose political and economic consequences are already very important.
Among the themes addressed: a global pandemic, health under test, a confined life, politics in the face of the health crisis, a major economic impact, the planet is breathing, the post-Covid-19 era…
Cynthia Fleury, philosopher and psychoanalyst, is Professor of “Humanities and Health” at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers. Holder of the Chair of Philosophy at the GHU Paris Hospital “Psychiatry and Neurosciences”.
In partnership with Amnesty International.