November 2012

Georgina Cranston
Georgina is a British photographer who specialises in documenting social and women’s rights issues. For the past 12 years she has travelled around the world on assignments for non-governmental organisations, such as UNICEF, Anti-Slavery International and ActionAid, as well as international media outlets that include The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times Magazine and Reuters. For three of those years she was based in East Africa, working across the continent.
Georgina’s work has been recognised with 12 industry awards, and has covered a diverse range of subjects including gender-based violence, slavery, reproductive health and communities living in exile. In November 2010, Georgina held a solo exhibition in London of her work from a personal project focused on women working as human mules in Congo’s goldmines; her work has also been shown in more than a dozen exhibitions worldwide.
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