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ILO competition for best cartoon on forced labour

More than 200 artists from 65 countries have submitted their cartoons for the international cartoon competition on forced labour organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the NGO Human Resources Without Borders (RHSF).

Among the 450 submissions received, the best cartoons have been selected by the members of the ILO jury, which as well as representatives from the ILO and RHSH, also includes representatives from Cartooning for Peace, the International Trade Union Confederation, the International Organisation of Employers, the Alliance 8.7, the Global Business Network on Forced Labour and the United States Department of Labor.

Now everyone can vote for their favourite one!

How can to participate: 

  • Go to the ILO’s Instagram page and check out the 12 cartoons in competition
  • Vote for your favourite cartoon by liking the post
  • Share it with your friends!

The cartoon with the most likes will win! Voting closes Monday 12 July 11:59 CET 

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