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Corruption Cartoon Challenge

Deadline: 30 September 2019

Corruption Cartoon Challenge in September  2019. The most voted top three cartoonists will consider as the winner.

About the Corruption Cartoon Challenge:

In general, corruption is a form of dishonesty or criminal activity undertaken by a person or organization entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire illicit benefit, or, abuse of entrusted power for one’s private gain. Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries.

Political corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for personal gain. Corruption is most commonplace in kleptocracies, oligarchies, narco-states, and mafia states. This is the working definition used by Transparency International (TI), applying to both the public and private sectors. The CPI focuses on corruption in the public sector or corruption which involves public officials, civil servants, or politicians.

Deadline: 30 September 2019

Topic: Corruption 
Award: Certificates

All cartoons will publish as a digital catalog.

Rules:

  1. The rules are very simple, first of all, you have to a member of Toons Mag, and any member will be able to vote for any entry.
  2. The drawing has to be new and original, and you have to submit it here on the Challenge page.
  3. It can be traditional or digital drawing.
  4. The winners will be selected by Toons Mag’s user’s votes.
  5. Submission and voting will be closed on the 30th of September 2019.
  6. You have to publish your entry on this challenge page, so use the submission form below.
  7. The most voted top three cartoonists will consider as the winner.

#1 Judge corruption

Judge corruption Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#2 Tango de la Corrupción

Tango de la Corrupción Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

It's murder on the dance floor...

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#3 hamad al gayeb – bahrain

hamad al gayeb - bahrain Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#4 Panama papers

Panama papers Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#5 Corruption, Who is to blame?

Corruption, Who is to blame? Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

The corrupt culture is everybody’s fault!

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#6 Caught

Caught Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#7 Corruption as big hawks

Corruption as big hawks Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

Vibha (sudhir)Tailang on Corruption as big hawks

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#8 Corruption

Corruption Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

Corrupt Iustitia

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#9 Corruption II

Corruption II Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#10 hamad al gayeb – bahrain

hamad al gayeb - bahrain Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#11 Corrupt

Corrupt Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#12 Taxes

Taxes Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#13 The Prisoner

The Prisoner Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#14 Corrupt 2

Corrupt 2 Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#15 Corruption in sport

Corruption in sport Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

Saeid Mollaei should have been focusing on the defense of his World Judo Championship title. Instead, the Iranian judoka was fretting about his safety and his family's safety.While competing in Tokyo, Mollaei claims his coach received two calls from the Iranian authorities instructing him to withdraw his fighter from the tournament to avoid the possibility of meeting Israeli judoka Sagi Muki in the final.The 27-year-old Mollaei ignored the warnings, but despite losing in the last four he fears repercussions back home in Iran. For years, Iranian athletes have been prohibited from competing against Israelis.

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#16 Untitled

Untitled Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#17 Untitled

Untitled Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#18 Untitled

Untitled Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#19 Newspaper vs. Greenpaper

Newspaper vs. Greenpaper Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

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#20 Corrupted

Corrupted Cartoon, Featured, by Saman Torabi

Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain.

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Written by Arifur Rahman

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