Resistance to censorship was a central theme of the World Press Cartoon awards in Portugal and the subsequent ongoing exhibition. The ceremony also managed to sucessfully navigate COVID-imposed restrictions.
An Australian news outlet has taken a more humorous approach to the recent criticism of the teen activist.
Drawings dripping with satire went on display at the World Press Cartoon in Portugal, as artists took on themes including politics, global warming, immigration, and Brexit.
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Organisers say it was intended to be a "peaceful and respectful event" to counter negative media coverage of Islam following the recent attacks in Paris.
Charlie Hebdo has released its first edition since the fatal shooting that killed 12 people in and around its Paris-based office. In the words of
The reaction to the attacks against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo have been many. In the French city of Lyon, the tragedy sparked a
One day perhaps the young Romanian artists euronews met in Sibiu will get to experience an international city – just like Dan Perjovschi.