• Blackwater Guards Found Guilty

    Blackwater Guards Found Guilty

    Four former Blackwater security guards were convicted this week for their role in the deadly shooting in Baghdad's Nisoor Square in 2007. If you're interested in a detailed account of the shooting, we recommend you take a look it this excellent interactive graphic report by Dan Archer, published in 2011.

    24 Oct 2014
  • New Cartoonist: Kfir Weizman

    New Cartoonist: Kfir Weizman

    We're delighted to welcome a new cartoonist from Israel to our community: Kfir Weizman is a cartoonist, illustrator and animator based in Modi'in.

    20 Oct 2014
  • The Sphere Project: Campaign Launch

    The Sphere Project: Campaign Launch

    Last year, we produced a number of cartoons for the Sphere Project, to be used in a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of universal standards in the field of humanitarian aid. It has taken some time, but this week the campaign was launched. Read about it on our blog.

    15 Oct 2014
  • 'Bad News is My Opium'

    'Bad News is My Opium'

    On our blog, we talk to Afghan cartoonist Mehdi Amini about his addiction to political cartoons. For years, Mehdi's cartoons would disappear in a secret folder on his computer. 'I made them only for myself, to keep me sane. Not to show to the world.' Then something changed that made him publish his work. Read the full interview here.

    03 Oct 2014
  • New Cartoonist: Ahmet Aykanat

    New Cartoonist: Ahmet Aykanat

    Ahmet Aykanat is a cartoonist from Turkey. He has been publishing cartoons since 1969, winning wide recognition in competitions, exhibitions and festivals. He is currently developing educational programs with cartoons.

    01 Oct 2014
  • New Cartoonist: MORO

    New Cartoonist: MORO

    We're very pleased to welcome Michel Moro Gómez (MORO), yet another cartoonist from Cuba, to Cartoon Movement. Although our world outlook might slant slightly with so many Cubans in our midst, there is just no denying they make excellent cartoons.

    29 Sep 2014
  • Fall 2014: Comics Journalism

    Fall 2014: Comics Journalism

    As the days are getting shorter and colder (in our part of the world), we have lots of new comics journalism lined up between now and Christmas. On the blog, we've posted an overview of the comics we have in production + previews.

    24 Sep 2014
  • Venezuelan Cartoonist Fired

    Venezuelan Cartoonist Fired

    News from Venezuela, where Rayma Suprani says to have been fired from her longtime newspaper El Universal for a cartoon depicting former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez’s signature flat-lining on an electrocardiograph as a way to depict the country’s national health care system. Rayma: 'We've become a country where if you say things, have your own criteria and try to provoke reflection, it's not well-viewed.' Read more about it here.

    22 Sep 2014
  • Peace & Justice Exhibition

    Peace & Justice Exhibition

    Our Peace & Justice project will be concluded this week with an exhibition of 50 selected works at the Peace Palace in The Hague. The exhibition is part of HagueTalks, an event with speakers on topics related to peace and justice.

    17 Sep 2014
  • A Century of Silent Helpers - The Book

    A Century of Silent Helpers - The Book

    In the beginning of October, the print version of A Century of Silent Helpers will be published. The comic is 80 pages, and includes five chapters (three of those have already appeared online, the remaining two will follow) and historic photo material. The comic will be published in English and in Dutch.

    09 Sep 2014
  • New Cartoonist: Yves De Ridder

    New Cartoonist: Yves De Ridder

    Yves De Ridder is an illustrator and graphic designer from Antwerp, Belgium. Check out his website to see more of his work.

    04 Sep 2014
  • Comics Journalism: Kakuma

    Comics Journalism: Kakuma

    In August, Kenyan cartoonist Victor Ndula traveled to Kakuma Refugee Camp in a team under the auspices of the UNHCR. Among them, Ger Duany, a former refugee who became a successful actor in America. He returns to the camp to visit family. This week we publish his 14-page interactive graphic journalism report telling Ger's story, and also the stories of other refugees living in the camp. We've posted a preview page on our blog.

    01 Sep 2014
  • New Cartoonist: Mohammed Nabil

    New Cartoonist: Mohammed Nabil

    Mohammed Nabil is an editorial cartoonist from Alexandria in Egypt.

    25 Aug 2014
  • Winners Courage Award Announced

    Winners Courage Award Announced

    Each year, Cartoonists Rights Network International hands out the Courage in Editorial Cartooning Award. This year, for the first time, the award is given to two women cartoonists. Globally, women only constitute 10% of the political cartooning population. The recipients are Indian cartoonist Kanika Mishra and Palestinian cartoonist Majda Shaheen. Read more on our blog,

    20 Aug 2014
  • A Century of Silent Helpers, Part 3

    A Century of Silent Helpers, Part 3

    This Wednesday we publish the third chapter of 'A Century of Silent Helpers', our comic about the history of Dutch catholic development organization Cordaid. Missionary work is the foundation of modern catholic development aid. In the 1960s, the Netherlands had over 9,000 active missionaries all over the world, more than any other country. In chapter 3, we tell the story of one of them.

    19 Aug 2014