Maureen from Zevenaar, the Netherlands made this drawing. Take a close look at the details: The traffic-sign in her pupils
The tears that form the word STOP
Her bruised face
The fighting people with different brains
Off course her cry for help written on her t-shirt.
This cartoon (more illustration this time) was made right after the Brussels terrorist attacks by ISIS to depict the harsh reality of what happened to the heart of the EU and capital of Belgium. Since Brussels and Paris, it's less my peace, your peace. It's now your war, my war. Plus, of course, a visual play with the letters of Brussels and ISIS.
This cartoon represents the differences in the quality of life that refugees may have in the Western world even after leaving conflict zones - although they have left war or political oppression, adapting to a new life in a foreign country is not always as easy as it may seem.