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DRAW THE LINE HERE

JesuisCharlieBe part of the movement for peace and tolerance
Support the project: ‘Draw The Line Here’
Come together in support of Charlie Hebdo and freedom of expression

The tragic events in Paris last week have shaken many of us to the core, but rising from the ashes is a growing global movement in support of freedom of expression and religious tolerance.

To celebrate this and raise much needed funds for the families and victims of the Charlie Hebdo atrocities, the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation has collaborated with English PEN and CrowdShed to create ‘Draw The Line Here’ (Tracer La Ligne Ici), a specially curated collection of cartoons produced in the days immediately following the Paris attacks.

drawthelinehereOnce production and publishing costs for Draw The Line Here have been covered, half of the proceeds from this crowdfund campaign will go to English PEN, a registered charity working to promote freedom of expression, and the other half will be donated to the fund for the families of the victims.

Be part of the movement for peace and tolerance

This symbol of the pen being mightier than the gun has inspired us all. Draw The Line Here has been set up to let us all contribute to the creation and publication of a book that celebrates the timeless art so brilliantly presented by Charlie Hebdo, and memorialise those who paid with their lives for what they believed in.

By supporting and funding this project you’ll be supporting and funding English PEN in their vital work to defend and promote freedom of expression around the world and lend much needed aid to the victims’ families.

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