[In the news] Cartoonists showcase work on human rights -UCAN news

Cartoonists showcase work on human rights

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More than a hundred cartoonists from around the world have gathered in the central Philippine city of Cebu this week to showcase their work.

This year’s exhibition focused on the issue of human rights and how they are being abused or respected in different parts of the world.

Bern Fabro, chairman of the Cebu Lampoon Festival, said the aim of this year’s event is to let the voices of young people to be heard.

“We believe that the advocacy in upholding human rights should start at the grassroots level,” he said.

Included in the exhibit are the works of 41 student cartoonists from Indonesia, Iran, Serbia, Turkey and the Philippines.

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