Annual Cartoon Contest –Rules and regulation 20201.ParticipationAll contestants will be admitted with no distinction made regarding nationality or age.
There are two categories:
•Youth category up to 15 years inclusive;
•Adult category:
16 yearsand older.Both professional and non-professional cartoonists are allowed to participate in this contest.
The main theme is‘Shopping:

  yesterday,   today,   tomorrow’.This   year   Amnesty International offers the best cartoon withthe theme‘Thereis nothing wrong with solidarity, so certainly don’t prosecute’.More information about the theme Amnesty Internationalis to be found inannex tothisregulation.
•Contributionshavetobedigitalworks.They shouldn’t containan explanation of the drawing.
•The digital workshaveto be sent inJPEG formatwith a minimum ofresolution of 300 dpi(2480 x 3543 pixels).
•Dimensions including any passe-partout 21 x30 cm(A4).
•Number of entries per contestant: maximum five foreach theme.
•You have to record your contact details through through
•You can sign up your participation from 1 July 2020.
•The originals of there warded cartoons and your curriculum vitae will be asked an dmust be sent to Community Olen,Dorp1, 2250Olen,Belgium within 2 days after there quest of the organization.
.Property rights Prize-winning works will become the property of the organizer or theme sponsor. All works selected may beused by the organizers to promote the contest and the village of Olen.
The jury consists ofartists, cartoonists and laymen.Decisions made by the jurycannot be challenged.
6.Catalogue/Cartoon book
Selected works will be considered for inclusion in a catalogue.
The authors of these works will receive afree copy of the catalogue during the prize ceremony or it will be send afte rwards by mail.
14September 2020
Thedeadlineis14september2020at 12.00 AM midnight.
Theentryformyou can find  where you also can upload your works.
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Forth eadult category:1st prize:1500 euro    2nd   prize:700 euro3rd   prize:400euro   4th   prize:300euro   Prize of the city ofBialogard(only for Polish participants):200 euro  Special prize Amnesty International:350 euro  Forthe   youth  category:
Prize for best international work:250euroPrize for best Belgian work:250euro
9.Prize Ceremony and Exhibition
The prize ceremony willtake place at Friday 13November 2020at approximately 20.00 h in the council room of thetown hallofOlen,Dorp1, 2250Olen.
Everyparticipatingartistwillbewelcomeonthatoccasion.Only the winners are personally invited. Aselection of the cartoons will also be exhibited at the same address and canbevisited:
•Sunday 15November 2020
•All working days from Monday 17November 2020 till the end of December2020 during the opening hours of the town hall: oMonday 09.00 u –12.00 u13.00 u –16.00 u17.30 u –20.00 uoTuesday09.00 u –12.00 uoWednesday09.00 u –12.00 u13.00 u –16.00 uoThursday09.00 u –12.00 uoFriday09.00 u –12.00 u
Topic Amnesty International:
There is nothing wrong with solidarity, so certainly don’t prosecuteNowadays showing solidarity and helping each other is often regarded as a crime.
More and more people who want to help refugees, asylum seekers and migrants are being threatened, intimidated and harassed.
Theyare put on trial and convicted only because they want to help people in need.
When governments punish and condemn natural acts of solidarity, it threatens our own values and human rights.