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Exhibition of Equal Rights and Gender Equality Cartoons

Selected Cartoon contributors’ name for the Exhibition of Equal Rights and Gender Equality, in the Norwegian Cartoonist Gallery, Drøbak, Norway

Exhibition of Equal Rights

Exhibition of Equal Rights and Gender Equality Cartoons

Equal Rights and Gender Equality International Cartoon Contest and Exhibition is a collaboration with the Norwegian Cartoonist Gallery. The exhibition and contest and supported by the Fritt Ord Foundation. 

Cartoons: 

 475 Cartoonists from 71 countries have submitted over 2000 contributions, and present a selection of 120 drawings in exhibitions and catalogs. 

Exhibition in Norway:

The main exhibition will be held on the Norwegian Cartoonist Gallery, Drøbak, Norway. The exhibition opening will broadcast on Toons Mag’s Facebook Page. Winners’ names will be announced during the opening on Saturday, January 25, at 12:00. The exhibition will open by Shabana Rehman

The exhibition will continue from 25 January to 1 March 2020. Opening time every day 12.00 to16.00, Thursday 12:00 to18:00. 

Selected Cartoon contributors’ name for the Exhibition of Equal Rights and Gender Equality, in the Norwegian Cartoonist Gallery, Drøbak, Norway

  1. Abbas Naaseri. Iran
  2. Adriana Mosquera Soto. Spain
  3. Agus Widodo. Indonesia
  4. Aisan Shirincheshmeh. Iran
  5. Aleksei Kivokurtcev. Russia
  6. Alexander Shmidt. Russia
  7. Ali Alawi. Iraq
  8. Ali Ghanaat. Iran
  9. Ali Miraee. Iran
  10. Ali Shafei. Iran
  11. Alisson Affonso. Brazil
  12. Arend van Dam. Netherlands
  13. Armin Ganjdeh. Iran
  14. Atiq Shahid. Afghanistan
  15. Benjamin Ale Ali. Iran
  16. Budi Hari Pujiono. Indonesia
  17. Burkhard Fritsche. Germany
  18. Camilo Andrés Triana Cubillos. Colombia
  19. Clayton Ramos Rabelo. Brazil
  20. Czesław Przęzak. Poland
  21. Damir Novak. Croatia
  22. Dariusz Dabrowski. Poland
  23. Darko Drljevic, Montenegro
  24. Darsono. Indonesia
  25. Didie Sri Widiyanto. Indonesia
  26. Doru Axinte. Romania
  27. Edi Dharma. Indonesia
  28. Efat Amjadipoor. Iran
  29. Ehsan Cheraghi Iranshahi. Iran
  30. Ehsan Ganji. Iran
  31. Elham Jahanfard. Iran
  32. Elham PourAli Khorram Abadi. Iran
  33. Emad Salehi. Iran
  34. Fadi Abou Hassan. Norway
  35. Fadime Taşkın. Turkey
  36. Fakhruddin Dost Mohammad. Iran
  37. Ferreol Murillo. Costa Rica
  38. Goran Celicanin. Serbia
  39. Gustavo Fernando Caballero Talavera. Mexico
  40. Halit Kurtulmus. Turkey
  41. Hamid Soufi. Iran
  42. Hamza Akin. Turkey
  43. Hilal Özcan. Turkey
  44. Hossein Naghib. Iran
  45. Houmayoun Mahmoudi. United Kingdom
  46. Hule Hanusic. Austria
  47. Ivailo Tsvetkov. Bulgaria
  48. Ivan Lira. Venezuela
  49. Izabela Kowalska-Wieczorek. Poland
  50. J.Bosco Jacó de Azevedo. Brazil
  51. Jitet Kustana. Indonesia
  52. Jordan Pop Iliev. Macedonia
  53. Josef Prchal. Spain
  54. Juan Camilo Lopera Arroyave. Colombia
  55. Kazi Tabassum Ahmed. Bangladesh
  56. Keyvan Varesi. Iran
  57. Kfir Weizman. Israel
  58. Kokarev Sergey. Russia
  59. Konstantin Kazanchev. Ukraine
  60. Liu Qiang. China
  61. Luc Vernimmen. Belgium
  62. Maedeh Payeghaziyani. Iran
  63. Mahboob Pakdel. Iran
  64. Mahdiyeh Kalantary. Iran
  65. Mahmoud Barkhordari. Iran
  66. Mahnaz Yazdani. Iran
  67. Makhmudjon Eshonkulov. Uzbekistan
  68. Marcin Bondarowicz. Poland
  69. Marian Avramescu. Romania
  70. Marko Ivic. Croatia
  71. Marziyeh Khanizadeh. Iran
  72. Silvano Mello. Brazil
  73. Miroslava Rakovic. Serbia
  74. Mohammad Hosein Akbari. Iran
  75. Mojtaba Heidarpanah. Iran
  76. Morhaf Youssef. Syria
  77. Mozhdeh Malekoghli. Iran
  78. Muammer Olcay. Turkey
  79. Musa Gumus. Turkey
  80. Musa Kılıçaslan. Turkey
  81. Muzaffar Yulchiboev. Uzbekistan
  82. Nahid Maghsoudi. Iran
  83. Navid Talebi. Iran
  84. Neda Shojai, Iran
  85. Neltair Abreu. Brazil
  86. Nidhi Puniyani. India
  87. Niels Bo Bojesen. Denmark
  88. Norbert Van Yperzeele. Belgium
  89. Oguz Gurel. Turkey
  90. Oleg Gutsol. Ukraine
  91. Oleg Loktyev. Ukraine
  92. Oleksy Kustovsky. Ukraine
  93. Olena Tsuranova. Ukraine
  94. Osman Obaid. Sudan
  95. Pavel Constantin. Romania
  96. Pooya Abdoli. Iran
  97. Radoje Rakocevic. Montenegro
  98. Rainer Demattio. Germany
  99. Refat Bin Salam. Bangladesh
  100. Rock Lane Alve. Brazil
  101. Safaa Odah. Palestine
  102. Sai̇t Munzur. Turkey
  103. Salar Eshratkhah. Iran
  104. Selói Peters. Brazil
  105. sepideh faramarzi. Iran
  106. Serpil Kar. Turkey
  107. Shahrokh Heidari. Iran
  108. Shol-e` Gordiz S.G.Aryanpur. Iran
  109. Sinchinov Evgeniy. Russia
  110. Soltan Soltanli. Azerbaijan
  111. Stefaan Provijn. Belgium
  112. Sylvain Pongi. France
  113. Tarasenko Valeri. Russia
  114. Vladimir Kazanevsky. Ukraine
  115. Vladimír Pavlík. Slovakia
  116. Vojtech Krumpolec. Slovakia
  117. Wilber Chavarria Centeno. Nicaragua
  118. William Abiha. Keniya
  119. Yalda Hasheminezhad. Iran
  120. Yanwei. China
  121. Marco De Angelis, Italy
  122. Arifur Rahman, Norway

Exhibition in other countries

Later on, Toons Mag will publish updates about the new exhibition in other countries. 

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