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.
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.
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: