Through this first edition, the competition will reward the three most talented artists in addition to offering one of the finalists the opportunity to join our team and become the illustrator of choice for the EUNS project for the year Through stories that are human-centric and grounded in reality, the EUNS programme recounts the successful journey of those who have received support from the EU through bilateral or regional programmes by highlighting facts and concrete results. Whether their journeys are professional, academic or community-oriented, they are always inspiring and motivating. The project regularly publishes content in writing and sometimes translates success stories into videos.
International Cartoon Competition - Academy of Modern Art
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After searching far and wide, the ultimate superhero striving to end violence in school has been chosen: Cipta! Cipta, known as Rajwa to her peers, is a year-old who can turn her drawings into real-life objects that she uses to stop violence in schools. As soon as she enters a new school rife with bullying, Rajwa discovers two girls cornering another girl in an empty classroom.
UN Women—together with the European Commission, Belgium, France, Mexico, as well as in partnership with Cartooning for Peace—organized a global comic and cartoon competition to mark the 25th anniversary of the groundbreaking Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. More than young artists between 18 and 28 years old, from more than countries, participated in the contest and submitted their cartoons to share their vision of GenerationEquality. Finalists were selected by a jury composed of professional comic artists, high-level representatives and gender equality experts, and a youth activist. This competition was an opportunity for young people around the world to raise their voices using art as a powerful and universal means of expression. The comics of the finalists and semi-finalists will be virtually exhibited during the Forum in Paris, and more exhibitions around the world are expected in the second half of