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Cartooning for Human Rights


Exhibition and debates

Strasbourg (France)
15/12/15 to 16/12/15

Partenaires

  • Commission européenne
  • Ville de Strasbourg
  • Club de la Presse de Strasbourg
  • Librairies Kléber
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  • 28 cartoonists at the European Parliament, December 15
    Cartooning for Human Rights - 28 cartoonists at the European Parliament, December 15
  • Sakharov Prize to Raif Badawi Ceremony, December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Sakharov Prize to Raif Badawi Ceremony, December 16
  • Cartoonist Crihana (Roumania) – European Parliament
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartoonist Crihana (Roumania) – European Parliament
  • Cartoonist Nani (Spain) – European Parliament
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartoonist Nani (Spain) – European Parliament
  • Plantu – Sakharov Prize awarded to Raif Badawi – December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Plantu – Sakharov Prize awarded to Raif Badawi – December 16
  • Drawing live during the Sakharov Prize Ceremony
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Drawing live during the Sakharov Prize Ceremony
  • Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, by Plantu
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, by Plantu
  • Martin Schulz (President of the European Parliament), Ensaf Haidar (Raif Badawi’s wife) and European cartoonists
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Martin Schulz (President of the European Parliament), Ensaf Haidar (Raif Badawi’s wife) and European cartoonists
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition at the European Parliament
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition at the European Parliament
  • Cartoonists Nani (Spain) and Gatis Sluka (Latvia)
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Cartoonists Nani (Spain) and Gatis Sluka (Latvia)
  • Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
  • Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
  • Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
  • Hansaf Haidar speech at University of Strasbourg, on December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Hansaf Haidar speech at University of Strasbourg, on December 16
  • Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
  • The 28 cartoonists in Front of Tomi Ungerer Museum, December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - The 28 cartoonists in Front of Tomi Ungerer Museum, December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Florin Balaban interview – Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Florin Balaban interview – Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Strasbourg’s city hall, December 16
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Strasbourg’s city hall, December 16
  • Kamilla (Denmark) drawing on City of Strasbourg’s guest book
    Cartooning for Human Rights - Kamilla (Denmark) drawing on City of Strasbourg’s guest book
  • City of Strasbourg’s Guest Book
    Cartooning for Human Rights - City of Strasbourg’s Guest Book
  • 28 cartoonists at the European Parliament, December 15
  • Sakharov Prize to Raif Badawi Ceremony, December 16
  • Cartoonist Crihana (Roumania) – European Parliament
  • Cartoonist Nani (Spain) – European Parliament
  • Plantu – Sakharov Prize awarded to Raif Badawi – December 16
  • Drawing live during the Sakharov Prize Ceremony
  • Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, by Plantu
  • Martin Schulz (President of the European Parliament), Ensaf Haidar (Raif Badawi’s wife) and European cartoonists
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition
  • Cartooning for Human Rights exhibition at the European Parliament
  • Cartoonists Nani (Spain) and Gatis Sluka (Latvia)
  • Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
  • Debate: « Freedom of expression…Cartoonists express themselves », on December 15
  • Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
  • Hansaf Haidar speech at University of Strasbourg, on December 16
  • Debate « Europe and human rights protection: desire or realities? » – University of Strasbourg, December 16
  • The 28 cartoonists in Front of Tomi Ungerer Museum, December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Florin Balaban interview – Press conference at Tomi Ungerer Museum – December 16
  • Strasbourg’s city hall, December 16
  • Kamilla (Denmark) drawing on City of Strasbourg’s guest book
  • City of Strasbourg’s Guest Book