I often draw cartoons in support of freedom of expression and human rights. My cartoons have been shared across social media and have appeared in the Washington Post, The Guardian and many other publications.
I am also a member of United Sketches which is an International association for freedom of expression and cartoonists in exile. Based in France, United Sketches is a professional network of cartoonists whose mission is to defend freedom of expression, human rights and cartoonists imprisoned for their work. See link: United Sketches
Atena Farghadani is an Iranian artist and political activist, who was considered a prisoner of conscious by Amnesty International. She was imprisoned for a cartoon that she drew, in 2015. The #draw4atena hashtag was created and cartoonists around the world began sharing their cartoons across social media to help raise awareness of her case. My cartoons were published in the Washington Post, The Guardian, Amnesty International and other media.
EatenFish: Ali Durrani is a young Iranian man who was detained on Manus Island for nearly four years. During his detention cartoonists supported him by creating and sharing cartoons. He is now living in Norway.