Real contact

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Deelnemer 7

Place

Den Haag

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Real contact

The Dutch Ministry of Justice wants to strengthen its ties with citizens. he addresses the public in this magnificent building.

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Dream of inclusion

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Deelnemer 3

Place

Zwolle

Cartoons

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Dream of inclusion

As a child, we have big dreams that we can achieve by searching and dreaming.

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Dream of inclusion

Let us proudly dream of a more inclusive, egalitarian and respectful world.

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Dream of inclusion

Fixing in a new job sometimes is challenging.

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Dream of inclusion

Hayaller gerçekleştiğinde güçlüyüz... Birlikte mutluyuz, güçlüyüz, dışlanmadan, kendi rengimizle...

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Dream of inclusion

The idea of ​​an inclusion table that doesn't actually exist

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Chaos versus peace

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Deelnemer 1

Place

Den Haag

Cartoons

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Chaos versus peace

To be honest: I like the sea :) But apart from that it is essential to promote good communication because it can prevent so many tragic things

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Government and people

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Mariska

Place

Zwolle

Cartoons

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Government and people

The mechanisms of governments that oppress and bring suffering to the people.

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Government and people

Governments change happy people to sad ones by killing their dreams and wishes. While they ignore human rights, equality, and sustainability in their rules and decisions we aren't able to be happy and hopeful deep down our hearts.

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Government and people

giant wheels. in the future, life will not go on without women and men, that is, without equality

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Peace & justice

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Maurits van de Brink

Place

Leiden

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Ahmed Falah
Why did you choose this sketch?
Women fight many wars, but their war with the detailed law against them is the toughest
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 7
Why did you choose this sketch?
The Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands would like to strengthen the connection with the citizens. This image depicts the striking building of the ministry. A hand reaches out to the people to involve them in improving security in the country. In the future we need to steer this hand more in the right direction. Simply make real contact and involve citizens in policy.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 3
Why did you choose this sketch?
Someone dreams of inclusion, but ends up being excluded. In the scene, people at her new job are drawing up an inclusion plan, forgetting to include her.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 1
Why did you choose this sketch?
The idea is a stormy sea representing chaos and unrest, how it should not be, and a tranquil sea with people watching the sunset on the beach, how it should be.
Cartoonist:
Mariska
Why did you choose this sketch?
Giant wheels of government grinding the people.
Cartoonist:
Maurits van de Brink
Why did you choose this sketch?
Description
Cartoonist:
Wouter Van der mei
Why did you choose this sketch?
Hello
Cartoonist:
Hilde Kakebeeke
Why did you choose this sketch?
The office of Governor Ron DeSantis who signed an abortion ban in Florida
Cartoonist:
Zain Al Bader
Why did you choose this sketch?
I create a sketch of how we could better treat our house staff, and we should treat them as we would like to be treated. In Kuwaiti cultures we must learn how to appreciate maids and not discriminate them.
Cartoonist:
Ramses Morales Izquierdo
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Peace & justice

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Wouter Van der meij

Country

The Netherlands

University / School / Youth organisation

Stedelijk Gymnasium Leiden

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Ahmed Falah
Why did you choose this sketch?
Women fight many wars, but their war with the detailed law against them is the toughest
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 7
Why did you choose this sketch?
The Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands would like to strengthen the connection with the citizens. This image depicts the striking building of the ministry. A hand reaches out to the people to involve them in improving security in the country. In the future we need to steer this hand more in the right direction. Simply make real contact and involve citizens in policy.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 3
Why did you choose this sketch?
Someone dreams of inclusion, but ends up being excluded. In the scene, people at her new job are drawing up an inclusion plan, forgetting to include her.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 1
Why did you choose this sketch?
The idea is a stormy sea representing chaos and unrest, how it should not be, and a tranquil sea with people watching the sunset on the beach, how it should be.
Cartoonist:
Mariska
Why did you choose this sketch?
Giant wheels of government grinding the people.
Cartoonist:
Maurits van de Brink
Why did you choose this sketch?
Description
Cartoonist:
Wouter Van der mei
Why did you choose this sketch?
Hello
Cartoonist:
Hilde Kakebeeke
Why did you choose this sketch?
The office of Governor Ron DeSantis who signed an abortion ban in Florida
Cartoonist:
Zain Al Bader
Why did you choose this sketch?
I create a sketch of how we could better treat our house staff, and we should treat them as we would like to be treated. In Kuwaiti cultures we must learn how to appreciate maids and not discriminate them.
Cartoonist:
Ramses Morales Izquierdo
Why did you choose this sketch?






The bureau of Ron DeSantis

Hilde Kakebeeke, The Netherlands

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Hilde Kakebeeke

Country

The Netherlands

Place

Leiden, The Netherlands

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Ahmed Falah
Why did you choose this sketch?
Women fight many wars, but their war with the detailed law against them is the toughest
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 7
Why did you choose this sketch?
The Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands would like to strengthen the connection with the citizens. This image depicts the striking building of the ministry. A hand reaches out to the people to involve them in improving security in the country. In the future we need to steer this hand more in the right direction. Simply make real contact and involve citizens in policy.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 3
Why did you choose this sketch?
Someone dreams of inclusion, but ends up being excluded. In the scene, people at her new job are drawing up an inclusion plan, forgetting to include her.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 1
Why did you choose this sketch?
The idea is a stormy sea representing chaos and unrest, how it should not be, and a tranquil sea with people watching the sunset on the beach, how it should be.
Cartoonist:
Mariska
Why did you choose this sketch?
Giant wheels of government grinding the people.
Cartoonist:
Maurits van de Brink
Why did you choose this sketch?
Description
Cartoonist:
Wouter Van der mei
Why did you choose this sketch?
Hello
Cartoonist:
Hilde Kakebeeke
Why did you choose this sketch?
The office of Governor Ron DeSantis who signed an abortion ban in Florida
Cartoonist:
Zain Al Bader
Why did you choose this sketch?
I create a sketch of how we could better treat our house staff, and we should treat them as we would like to be treated. In Kuwaiti cultures we must learn how to appreciate maids and not discriminate them.
Cartoonist:
Ramses Morales Izquierdo
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Dont Discriminate Apperiacate

Zain Al Bader, Kuwait

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Zain Al Bader

Country

Kuwait

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Ahmed Falah
Why did you choose this sketch?
Women fight many wars, but their war with the detailed law against them is the toughest
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 7
Why did you choose this sketch?
The Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands would like to strengthen the connection with the citizens. This image depicts the striking building of the ministry. A hand reaches out to the people to involve them in improving security in the country. In the future we need to steer this hand more in the right direction. Simply make real contact and involve citizens in policy.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 3
Why did you choose this sketch?
Someone dreams of inclusion, but ends up being excluded. In the scene, people at her new job are drawing up an inclusion plan, forgetting to include her.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 1
Why did you choose this sketch?
The idea is a stormy sea representing chaos and unrest, how it should not be, and a tranquil sea with people watching the sunset on the beach, how it should be.
Cartoonist:
Mariska
Why did you choose this sketch?
Giant wheels of government grinding the people.
Cartoonist:
Maurits van de Brink
Why did you choose this sketch?
Description
Cartoonist:
Wouter Van der mei
Why did you choose this sketch?
Hello
Cartoonist:
Hilde Kakebeeke
Why did you choose this sketch?
The office of Governor Ron DeSantis who signed an abortion ban in Florida
Cartoonist:
Zain Al Bader
Why did you choose this sketch?
I create a sketch of how we could better treat our house staff, and we should treat them as we would like to be treated. In Kuwaiti cultures we must learn how to appreciate maids and not discriminate them.
Cartoonist:
Ramses Morales Izquierdo
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Key

Ramses Morales Izquierdo – Cuba

Human Interaction

Cartoonist

Ramses Morales Izquierdo – Cuba