If you're a regular visitor of our newsroom, you might have noticed a lot of cartoons on topics related to the ICC in the past few months. We have partnered with Justice Hub, an international platform focusing on international justice.
Every week, our cartoonists create cartoons on a range of current topics related to international justice. These are all sent to the Justice Hub newsroom. Three cartoons are selected and published on Justice Hub each week. Not all these cartoons also make it to the homepage of Cartoon Movement, because some of them are quite specific to cases at the ICC. You can of course see them on the Justice Hub website, but we have also created a project page where you can see all of them.
In addition to cartoons, we're producing comics journalism for Justice Hub: comics explaining how the ICC works, such as an infocomic on the election of ICC judges, and also a series of comics about post-election violence in Kenya and Ivory Coast, telling the stories of both victims and perpetrators. Both the infocomic and the first comics on post-election violence will be published soon.