Cartooning for #PressFreedom
New cartoonist: Konstantin Kazanchev

A busy week

Cartoonwall Our digital cartoon wall.

It's been a busy week here at Cartoon Movement. First of all, we were present at the World Press Freedom Conference with our #digitalcartoonwall. We received over 400 cartoons on press freedom, censorship and the dangers facing cartoonists; together with Cartooning for Peace, we made a selection of the cartoons we liked best, which you can see here.

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Emanuele Del Rosso was the WPFC's host cartoonist, capturing the conference in striking visuals. Check 'm all out here.

And check out CM editor Tjeerd Royaards presenting some of the cartoons from the #digitalcartoonwall and talking about press freedom:

And of course, our exhibition Cartooning for #PressFreedom opened at the Sound and Vision media museum in The Hague. We did a livestream from the exihbition yesterday, which you can see on our Instagram channel.

We also had another exhibition opening this week in Bangkok, Thailand, featuring a selection of cartoon from our press freedom competition.

Bankok exhibition

And last, but certainly not least, our new educational branch The Next Movement co-hosted a cartoon workshop in Cuba, together with the Embassy of the Netherlands, in celebration of Human Rights Day on December 10. Miguel Morales Madrigal gave a workshop to fellow cartoonists. In the short interview below, he gives his perspective on the profession:

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