Tunisia: ANHRI and Ifex Invites You to Attend a Cartoon Exhibit for the Local Cartoonists in Cairo

press release

Cairo — The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) and International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) to attend a cartoon exhibit for some Tunisian cartoonists in Cairo. The exhibit will be held from Thursday December 6 and until Thursday December 13 in ANHRI's headquarter, in Building no. 10 Elwi St., from Qasar El-Niel St.,. The exhibit will show some Tunisian cartoonists works in addition to some Egyptian cartoonists works and some activists who are interested in the freedom of expression and cartoon arts in order to exchange the expertise and ideas between the Egyptian and Tunisian cartoonists.

The event will start on Thursday, by a reception on 6 pm and will end on 8 pm. It will be attended by a number of Egyptian and Tunisian cartoonists in ANHRI's headquarter.

After that the exhibit will receive the visitors daily from 10 am and until 6 pm from Saturday December 8, 2012 until Thursday 13, 2012.

The invitation is opened to those who are interested in the reception or to visit the exhibit.

Event: Tunisian cartoon exhibit in Cairo and it will attend by a group of the Egyptian cartoonists and international activists.

Reception: Thursday, on 6 pm and will end on 8 pm.

Duration: from 10 am and until 6 pm from Saturday December 8, 2012 until Thursday 13, 2012.

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