Cheeky Laughs (4) – Being a woman – resist to sexism and gender inequality

Here is the last chapter of the conference organized by LIBREXPRESSION as part of the festival “Internazionale in Ferrara – 2018” (#intfe) dedicated to sexism and gender inequality. Always with the participation of the cartoonists: Marilena Nardi (IT), Anne Derenne (FR) and Zainab Fasiki (Morocco), the theme of this last part was dedicated to how […]

Cheeky Laughs (3) – Being a woman – violence and feminicide

Here is the third chapter of the conference organized by LIBREXPRESSION as part of the festival “Internazionale in Ferrara – 2018” (#intfe) dedicated to the fight against sexism and machismo. Always with the participation of the cartoonists: Marilena Nardi (IT), Anne Derenne (FR) and Zainab Fasiki (Morocco), the theme of this third part was violence […]

Cheeky Laughs (2) – Being a woman – Harassment

We pursue the publication of the synthesis of the debate and of the cartoons presented during the Conference held at the festival “Internazionale a Ferrara – 2018” (#intfe). A conference organised by Librexpression, with three great cartoonists: Marilena Nardi, Anne Derenne and Zainab Fasiki. The second part of the conference dealt with a too common […]

Council of Europe Media Freedom Platform

To stay informed on all threats to media freedom,you can subscribe (it’s free) to the weekly webpage of the Council of Europe « Media Freedom »: website: https://www.coe.int/en/web/media-freedom Concerned about the increasing threats to media freedom in its 47 member-states, the Council of Europelaunched in 2015 a platform to protect journalists and journalism in partnership with leading organisations […]

Cheeky Laughs (1) – Being a woman

We pursue the publication of the cartoons of the International festival in Ferrara 2018, #intfe ,”cheeky laughs” conference, by: Marilena Nardi, Zainab Fasiki and Anne Derenne. The conference addressed four themes: (1) Being a Woman, (2) Harassment, (3) Violence, (4) Resistance. Here is the first part. Being a woman is hard to imagine for a […]

Cheeky Laughter – Against gender stereotypes and sexism

As part of the Internazionale Festival 2018 in Ferrara – #intfe-facebook.com/internazfest – Libex had the pleasure to present the work of 3 great artists, cartoonists: Marilena Nardi (It), Anne Derenne (FR) and Zainab Fasiki (Morocco) during a debate on sexism and gender stereotypes. Sexism and stereotypes that are unfortunately part of everyday life in all […]

Europe is getting warmer, and it’s not looking like it’s going to cool down anytime soon

The European Data Journalism Network (EDJNet), an independent platform for data-driven news on European affairs, has organized a large study on  global warming analizing more than 100 millions meteorological datas during one century.Their findings and show that in many places in Europe the 1.5 °C limit set by the Paris agreement has already been reached. […]

Leave No one behind: New Competition di Cartoon Home Network International

“Leave no one behind” Invitation to contribute with us On the occasion of World Blind Day, and with the aim of supporting this group in our societies, October 15 will be marked by the presentation of cartoons on the “white stick” as a symbol of achievement and independence for people with visual disabilities. On our […]

The 15 best cartoons of the Competition LIBEX-2018

After selecting 55 cartoons out of the 635 sent by 260 candidates from 55 different countries del Concorso LIBEX-2018 on the theme: “Imagination and power in the digital era”  the jury choose its 15 prefered cartoons.  The 55 cartoons will be exhibited during and after the festival “LectroInFabula-2018” (from the 13th to the 16th of September, […]

Marilena Nardi against Women discrimination in Iran

With Fany-Blog (https://Fany-blog.blogspot.com) I publish the controversy rightly launched by Marilena Nardi following a call for cartoons for an exhibition in IRAN of the World Cartoonists Stars, obviously reserved only to “male” cartoonists”. Following this a specific part was open to “female” who obviously again cannot be compared to men neither be mixed with men. […]

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