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Newsletter March 2023
News from the world of editorial cartooning
It’s time for another monthly update from your favorite political cartooning platform! Cartoon Movement will be hosting an exhibition in The Hague this week and we’ll be giving a workshop in Perugia at the International Journalism Festival next month. More details below. We hope to see you there! Also in this newsletter (as usual), the most popular cartoons of the last 30 days.
‘Cause for concern: court cases against cartoonists in Europe’
CM editor Tjeerd Royaards gave an interview to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands about the current situation for cartoonists, the work Cartoon Movement does to promote political cartoons and our 10-year partnership with the Ministry.
Read the full interview here.
Cartoon exhibition at The Hague city hall
From March 28 until April 3, you can visit our exhibition titled Peace & Justice in the atrium of the city hall of The Hague. The exhibition is made in partnership with the City of The Hague and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and features cartoons from all over the world about freedom, democracy, peace and justice.
Workshop ‘The power of editorial cartoons’ at IJF 2023
Already mentioned in our previous newsletter, but here’s a reminder CM editors Emanuele Del Rosso and Tjeerd Royaards will be present at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia (Italy) between April 19 and April 23. We'll be hosting a workshop on the power of satire on Friday April 21 at 2pm.
We are also planning to do some live drawing while where there, so you have a unique opportunity to see cartoonists in the wild.
Most popular this month
Take a look at the most popular cartoons from the last 30 days on our social media channels:
On Facebook: Eat and be eaten by Emanuele Del Rosso.
On Instagram: School girls poisoned in Iran by Rahma Cartoons.
On Twitter: Bothersome poverty by Rucke Souza.
On Pinterest: Another financial crisis? by Yassin Alkhalil.