Invited by Cartooning for Peace, the young Filipino cartoonist and activist Zach talks about the political situation in the Philippines, the use of social networks and the difficulties of being a cartoonist there.
He is interviewed by Thierry Aube, director of the Asia-Pacific Observatory at the Jean-Jaurès Foundation.
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