Tax dodging costs lives. It robs poor countries of the taxes they're owed - money that should be spent on basic services like building schools and hospitals.
The Christian Aid Tax Cartoon competition is an exciting opportunity for seasoned and budding artists, cartoonists and illustrators to use their art to raise awareness about the impact of tax dodging on poor nations.
Enter our competition and you could win an original illustration by renowned Irish Times cartoonist Martyn Turner.
We are looking for an original, thought-provoking, humorous cartoon on the theme of “tax dodging” that will help illustrate the injustice, impact and solutions to the problem of tax dodging.
If you can draw a cartoon that has something to say about any aspect of the tax justice issue then you could be in with a chance of winning. The closing date for entries is Friday 26th October 2012.
We are very gratefully to Martyn Turner for his cartoon (above) on the theme of tax dodging. It shows the knots that some unscrupulous companies tie themselves into in order to dodge the taxes that ought to be benefitting some of the poorest countries in the world. Martyn will be one of the judges for the competition.
To find out more about the theme of tax dodging read the [background briefing] or our detailed [policy paper].
To find out how to go about submitting your entry read the [terms and conditions]
To enter the competition you will need to send in your artwork along with a completed [entry form]