Fadi Abou Hassan-FadiToOn is a widely published and award-winning freelance cartoonist. He lived as a refugee in Syria until the uprising in 2011, and is known for his many cartoons commenting on the everyday life and political events in Syria and the Middle East in general. His cartoons focus on human rights, women’s rights, and political violence taking place in the country.
He is Organizer of "Children in war" International cartoon exhibition focused on the suffering of children in war and conflict ares. The exhibition is produced in cooperation with " Fritt Ord" organisation and the Norwegian cartoonists Gallery, Norway 2015.
He is Organizer of "Wonderful? Wonder World 2017" International cartoon exhibition focused on the current events in our world, Trump, Refugees crisis, Racism, Hate of speech, War and peace,..etc. The exhibition is produced in cooperation between "Cartoon Home Network International" and " Japanese cartoonists" Asociation and the Motozabu Gallery , Tokyo- Japan 2017
His cartoons have been published in various print and online outlets, including Al-Quds, Al-Arabi (London/ U.K),, The New Arab (London/ U.K), Alroya (Muscat/Oman), Al-Seyassah (Kuwait), and Norwegian & Danish newspapers and magazines: AMTA newspaper (Norway), SAMORA magazine (Norway), NUMER magazine (Norway), Samtiden (Norway), and SPOT magazine (Denmark), courrierinternational Magazine (Paris/France), Le Monde (Paris/France), the New Internationalist magazine (Amesterdam/ Neatherland), Aljazeera.net (Qatar), Amnesty International web (Denmark), Toon pool (Germany) . He also publishes his cartoons online, on the Dutch webpage Cartoon Movement (Amesterdam/ Neatherland), on the French webpage Cartooning for peace (Paris/France). Finally, FaditoOn is also Editor-in-Chief of Cartoon Home Network International.
He is Editor-in-Chief of Cartoon Home Network International: https://www.facebook.com/Cartoon-Home-Network-International-750623131705829/
He is a member of Good Humor Party (P.D.H)/Poland
He is a member of Cartooning for peace, Paris| France.