The Ambassador and Keyvan talked about his cartoon: ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’. Keyvan explained that he replaced the stone with social media, being the most powerful of the three. The scissors represent censorship. They also came to the conclusion that cartoons have a different meaning for everyone since they are always open for interpretation. The Ambassador requested Keyvan to keep up ‘the Power of the Pen’: “This is now more important than ever.”
About the competition
In honor of WPFC 2020, a special cartoon competition was launched at the beginning of this year. Cartoonists from all over the world could submit cartoons about the main themes of the conference: press freedom and ‘Journalism without Fear or Favour’. With overwhelming results: over 800 cartoons were submitted. Curious about the other cartoons? Read more and check out the top 10 cartoons of this competition!