The votes are in and above are the winners you selected in the 2014 Global Editorial Cartoon Competition!
We received more than 350 entries from 67 countries. The winners are from Syria, El Salvador, and Indonesia. The competition provided a venue for artists from around the world to offer a personal interpretation of challenges faced by many citizens around the world.
Cartoons can speak across languages and cultures, and provide personal insight into universal challenges facing citizens around the world. In honor of International Day of Democracy, CIPE is pleased to announce that public voting is now open for the 2014 Global Editorial Cartoon Competition.
Cartoonists from 67 countries who submitted more than 350 entries to this year’s Global Editorial Cartoon Competition. CIPE’s panel of judges selected three finalists in each of the three categories: Democracy, Transparency, and Corruption. These nine finalists hail from Russia, Syria, Turkey, Uzbekistan, El Salvador, Indonesia, and Myanmar.
Your votes will help us determine the final winners in each category! Submit your votes here.
Public voting will close at 5:00 PM EST on Friday, September 26, 2014.
2012-2013 1st Place Winner, Democratic Governance category. By Seyedbehzad Ghafarizadeh (Iran/Canada).
Can you create a picture that’s worth a thousand words?
Cartoons have an unparalleled ability to communicate universal ideas across cultures and language barriers. Cartoonists have long played a key role in the development of democracy — from the American and French revolutions through to defending media freedom and critiquing corruption in countries like Ecuador today.
CIPE’s Editorial Cartoon Competition is open to amateur and professional cartoonists of all ages from any country. First place winners in each category are eligible for a cash prize of $1,000.
Do you have something to say about Democracy, Transparency, or Corruption? Draw attention — enter your cartoons before June 2, 2014!
Jon Custer is the Social Media / Communications Coordinator at CIPE.