This is the second cartoon series depicting the 'political marketplace' as it functions in South Sudan, with text by Alex de Waal and artwork by Victor Ndula. The project was co-sponsored by the Cartoon Movement, the Justice and Security Research Programme and the World Peace Foundation. Part one is available here.
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Welcome to Ayman Alwusabi from Yemen: https://t.co/dDbaeIwUhV https://t.co/OkLpSygf6J
Check out our 2nd comic on South Sudan after independence, by Victor Ndula & Alex de Waal: https://t.co/kbxzlRlgnv https://t.co/R8GKBg3rFE
A tweet for the Dutch: op 3 maart wordt in Arnhem de #Inktspot battle gevoerd: https://t.co/lrkEjFyaeo https://t.co/sG6V8phhIR
On Monday, we’ll publish the sequel to last year’s South Sudan comic: https://t.co/jC7yNh5kya https://t.co/PmL1HGhGQw
The personification of death can be found in almost every culture. A cartoon collection: https://t.co/Mh1DAe8grj https://t.co/XMb2imelQ5
Ayman Alwusabi (aka Ayman Toon) is our second cartoonist from Yemen. Ayman is only 20 years old, but his work shows great potential. We are happy to give him a platform to show his work to an international audience.
Muchas gracias, mis buenos amigos Enrico y Osvaldo...
On the arm of those voting Hillary Clinton you could draw the waving flag of Saudi Arabia, or ISIS straight ahead ;-)