Kate Stanworth is a London-based documentary and portrait photographer whose work focuses on stories exploring human resilience, identity and the search for belonging. She has exhibited and published her work in the UK and internationally and she travels regularly to Europe, Africa and Latin America for commissions and personal projects. Her work has appeared in publications including The Guardian, The Sunday Times, BBC News, Internazionale, CNN and Al Jazeera and her clients include Save the Children, The British Red Cross, Shelter, Mencap and Saferworld.

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National TV in Gambia

Lost in Europe was picked up by national TV in Gambia! Ismail Einashe’s story on a Gambian migrant fostered by an Italian family is featured at our facebookpage (video in English, credits QTV News).

24 Sep 2020

Latest article now available in Turkish and French

Türk takipçilerimize müjde! Et une bonne nouvelle pour notre public francophone! 

The story on Nigerian women standing up to traffickers in Sicily is republished by both BBC News Türkçe and BBC News Afrique. Written by Ismail Einashe. Photography: Kate Stanworth.

Voici maintenant la version française! Nous sommes ravis de voir. 
Ve Türkçe versiyonunu buradan okuyabilirsiniz.

17 Nov 2020

The Nigerians standing up to sex-work traffickers in Sicily

In the mountains of Sicily a Nigerian woman is leading a battle to help rescue women like herself from a life of forced sex work. Osas Egbon opened up a shelter for these victims of trafficking on the Italian island in January - the first of its kind created by and for Nigerian women. 

27 Nov 2020

‘I don’t see any future in Sicily’: How migrants have become scapegoats for the coronavirus crisis

The Italian island prides itself on being a welcoming crossroads of cultures, but rising populist rhetoric is changing the conversation 

read the article at .coda
Language: English
20 Dec 2020