Images of Aylan al-Kurdi, the three-year-old boy who drowned and washed up on a beach in Turkey, have spread around the world since being published on Wednesday.
Fleeing war and terror in his Syrian homeland, Aylan was one of more than 2,500 who have perished in the Mediterranean this year in search of a safe home in Europe.
But since the harrowing photos of Aylan were published, public pressure has increased on Europe's leaders to welcome more refugees in. There are, after all, millions who need our help.
As well as signing petitions, donating money and writing passionately on social media, many people have been sharing this incredibly emotive cartoon.
Illlustrator Rafat al-Khateeb, who draws for Nesan News in his native Jordan, told i100.co.uk on Thursday morning:
The main idea [behind the cartoon] is that a child does not know about war and crime. The child knows one thing only.
That the whole world is responsible for his death.
How many more will it take to die at our gates before things change?
See more of the illustrator's work on Facebook: "The Cartoonist Rafat"
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