1.Gustavo Fernando Caballero Talavera (Guffo) - Mexico
2.Ali Miraee - Iran
3.Vladimir Pavlik - Slovakia
4.Luc Descheemaeker - Belgium
5.Hamit Gis - Turkiye
6.Alireza Pakdel - Iran
Kianoush RamezaniKianoush Ramezani-Iranian awarded political cartoonist, Kianoush Ramezani lives and works in Europe since 2009. His editorial cartoons appeared in “Courrier International“, “Guardian“, “Libération“, “Arte“, “Le1“, “WeDemain” and many other European and International media. Kianoush publishes his weekly column ” Vu par Kianoush Ramezani” in “La Croix” newspaper each Monday since 2019. A series of Kianoush’s Original cartoons titled “R like Resistance” are part of the collection of Kunst Museum Solingen in Germany.
Christina SifianouChristina Sifianou loves and makes comics since she was able to read them. She studied graphic design at TEI of Athens and continued with a master's degree in animation, in Barcelona's Pompeu Fabra. She participated in comics and animation competitions in Greece and abroad. She works as a graphic designer, illustrator and animator while also makes comics.
Fawzy MorsyFawzy Morsy is The Founder & the Coordinator of the International Cartoon Gathering, Cairo. He is also a Cartoonist in October Magazine. His work Was published in Al-Ahram Newspaper, Pilkaja Magazine, Buduàr Magazine, El Kalima Newspaper, Caricature Magazine, Al Resha Newspaper, Tabibak
Safaa OdahSafaa Odah is a cartoonist from Palestine - the Gaza Strip. She holds a master's degree in psychology. She has won local and international awards. She has participated in most Arab and international countries.
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Once again, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of you for participating in the Humanity Cartoons competition. Your artistic contributions have left an indelible mark, and your dedication to the art form is truly commendable. We encourage you to continue creating, expressing, and sharing your art with the world.
Immigration Cartoons Competition?
The "Humanity Cartoons" 2.Immigration Cartoons Competition, organised by Time to Help UK and Human Rights Solidarity, both registered charities in the UK, is focused on raising awareness and inspiring thought about the plight of immigrants through the medium of cartoon art. Entrants, who must be aged 16 and over, are encouraged to submit original and creative cartoons that specifically address the challenges immigrants face. A panel of experts will judge the submissions and award cash prizes to the winning cartoons. This competition aims to use the power of cartoon art to shed light on immigration matters in general, to the problems in the asylum intake and refugee integration systems of the Western societies and contribute to a better understanding of the issues immigrant communities face. A selection of the submitted cartoons will be exhibited around the World by partner organizations on the occasion of the Refugee Week 2023.
Come up with new and striking ideas on immigration and illustrate them with your cartoons
Please submit your cartoons through the Google form at the following link. You can submit only one cartoon. No anonymous or collective submission is accepted.
Our acclaimed international july will declare the winners on the 30 of May 2023.
A selection of the submitted cartoons will be exhibited around the World by partner organizations on the occasion of the Refugee Week 2023. You are most welcomed to participate, regardless of how well you performed in the competition.
2016 - 1.International KYM Cartoon Competition – Refugees
The theme of the "Humanity Cartoons" competition is the plight of immigrants and the challenges they face. The competition encourages entrants to submit original and creative cartoons that address the theme and aim to raise awareness and inspire thought. Entrants should focus on illustrating the struggles and difficulties immigrants face. The theme also promotes the idea of using the power of cartoon art to shed light on critical social issues and contribute to a better understanding of the problems related to immigration, asylum and refugee policies. the competition is open to all individuals aged 16 and over. There is no restriction on the location or citizenship of the entrant as long as they meet the age requirement.
The "Humanity Cartoons" refugee cartoon competition, organised by Time to Help UK and Human Rights Solidarity, is focused on raising awareness and inspiring thought about the plight of refugees through the medium of cartoon art. Entrants, who must be aged 16 and over, are encouraged to submit original and creative cartoons that specifically address the challenges faced by refugees. A panel of experts will judge the submissions and award cash prizes to the winning cartoons. This competition aims to use the power of cartoon art to shed light on refugee matters and contribute to a better understanding of the issues faced by refugees.