"Women Empowerment" Cartoon Competition


“Women Empowerment” has become a significant topic of discussion in development and economics. Your aim is to highlight this important issue in a cartoon using either the topic of Child Marriage or Domestic Violence.

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Kamaal Mahir

Submissions from Yemen

زواج القاصرات

زواج القاصرات صفقة ابرامها الوالد بثمن بخس و كانت الطفلة ضحية جشع والدها.و هذا العمل الفنى مستوحاه من قصه حقيقة حكاتها الفتاه واحسست بها و اردت ان تشعروه معى بمعاناة هذا الطفلة

Oleg LOKTYEV II

Cartoonist from UKRAINE

Oleg LOKTYEV

Cartoonist from UKRAINE

SOS Children Aqaba Village

Examples of the work of children from SOS village based in Aqaba, Jordan.     

women rights cartoons

women rights cartoons

DON'T CLEAR MY WAY. YOLUMU SİLME

DON'T CLEAR MY WAY. YOLUMU SİLME

baby

about child marriage

Break the Fetters

Jordan's parliament a few months ago voted to abolish Article 308 from the Jordanian penal code.  This illogical inhumane article allowed a rapist to marry his victim to avoid prosecution and imprisonment - yes, not a very logical article is it...

NOT ONE MORE BLOW

Enough of violence against women!! No matter what language you writeit is  MALTREATMENT. STELLA PERALTA  COLOMBIA

Domestic violence is violence

Domestic violence has many faces. It brings fear, shatters the person and takes away their freedom. 

Goran Celicanin

Goran Celicanin, a well-known Serbian carnoonist, was born in Krusevac, Serbia, on January 30th, 1960. He finished primary and secondary schools in Varvarin, and graduated in Mechanical engineering at Belgrade University. Having the status of a freelanc...

Hilal ÖZCAN

Caricature by Hilal ÖZCAN.

Evolution Women Empowerment

Evolution Women Empowermwnt. Author: Rešad Sultanović, Bosnia-Herzegovina

الزواج المبكر

الزواج المبكر يحرم الفتاة من تلقي التعليم الجيد الذي سيعود بالفائدة عليها وعلى أسرتها وعلى المجتمع ككل.

Women rights

    Nataša Rašović was born in 1969 in Zagreb, where she in 1988. finished the School of Arts and Design. She exhibits practically all over the world at international  exhibitions (up to about 50 exhibitions) and wins...

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Abbas Naaseri Iran talangorcartoons@hotmail.com   www.cartoonmag.com

Happiness

Everybody wants to be happy. Less daughters, less problems, more happiness

Child marriage

Child bont know any thing about marriage, they have thought this is a game but they lost their future with this (child marriage) game.

Roberto Sergio Castillo Rodriguez

The idea , is the same support to understand the imp[ortance of the woamn in the world

Evolution

The idea is trying to empowering the woman , this work was done to give an homenaje to all woman in the world

HANDS OFF

It doesn't matter how old you are, what your wearing, what time of day it was, non of that matters if you don't want to be touched. No one has the right to touch you even if you're naked. Stand up and say HANDS OFF

دول الخليج فوق النار

لماذا لا تجتمع دول الخليج معا بعضها البعض وتتحالف معا تركيا ويتم تشكيل قوه اسلاميه عربيه ستكون قوة لا تقهر ابدا وستكون لهم كلمه على كل دوله مهما كانت قوتها

choice

All around one advisers do what to do with whom and what to do.

Don't Pretend I‘m Not Here& Untitled

As strong as you might think you are as a man, never overlook a woman just because of her gender. 

War and siege

تعبر عن الحرب والحصار والموت على مدينة الحالمه تعز القلعه تعبر عن الصمود الدماء تعبر عن التضحية عن الشهداء من الرجال والنساء والشيوخ والأطفال الذين قتلو بدون ذنب

العنف الاسري والزواج المبكر

العنف الاسري والزواج المبكر






"Women Empowerment" Cartoon Competition



 

  • Theme: “Women Empowerment” had become a significant topic of discussion in development and economics. Your aim is to highlight this important issue in a cartoon using one of the following topics:  

    • Child Marriage

    • Domestic Violence  

  • Participation: Anyone aged 18 and over can participate in this international contest. Participants declare that they agree with the terms and conditions of the contest, the rules, and the jury’s decisions. Participation is free.  

  • Each participant can submit more than one cartoon (colour or black and white). All graphic techniques are allowed (Digital work and Free hand drawings). We prefer that participants scan freehand drawn work so that it can be uploaded in sufficiently high quality. All cartoons are allowed even they have been published or exhibited in the past - but didn’t win any prize or competition before.  

  • We will have 2 prizes, one for artistic value and the other for the voting count  

  • A prize of $500 for each winner.

  • Cartoon must be in JPEG, GIF or PNG formats, at least 1,000 pixels in width and an image quality over 200 DPI    

  • By submitting an entry, participants give the organisers the right to use their entries to promote the cartoon competition (i.e. the catalogue, publicity in the press and on other media, posters, etc.).  

  • Entrants remain responsible for the originality of their works. Discussions and possible claims related to any form of plagiarism are at the entrant’s expense. If plagiarism is discovered after the prizes have been awarded, the jury can deliberate and decide to revoke the prize.

For Arabic please see: http://bit.ly/WomenEmpCompetition

 

Category: Art

Cash Prize: $1000

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