Since its creation in 1938, Spirou magazine has conveyed human values through its emblematic authors and iconic characters. The family weekly regularly denounced, defended, questioned, and lent its support to advance human rights. It expressed outrage and allowed generations to open up to the problems around us in a caring and humorous way. The little bellhop Spirou is the mascot of the magazine and its main character.
Spirou magazine joins efforts for the anniversary campaign launched by the UN human rights Office with a special edition of the magazine, dedicated to human rights and released in October 2018.
In addition, a #spirou4rights exhibition dedicated to human rights and the Declaration will be shown at the Alliance Française Glasgow from January!
The 30 articles of the Declaration will be depicted by Spirou’s most talented illustrators and authors such as Émile Bravo, Sente & Juillard, Libon, Nob, Derib, Cossu & Bocquet, Delaf & Dubuc, Achdé, Batem, Verron, Yoann & Vehlmann, Jousselin and many others!
Come along to discover the 17 panels!