Kate Stanworth is an award-winning photographer based in London. Her work explores stories of human resilience, identity, and the search for belonging.

She has worked in the Horn of Africa, South America and across Europe and her work has been exhibited and published internationally, including by The Guardian, The Sunday Times, BBC News, Al Jazeera, Time Out, The Economist, CNN, International Business Times and Internazionale. 

Basic information

Name
Kate Stanworth
Country
United Kingdom

Supported projects

A High Stakes 'Game' - How traffickers exploit young Bangladeshis’ dreams of escape to Europe

  • Corruption
  • Human Rights
  • Migration
  • Trafficking

Faced with poverty and lack of opportunities, young Bangladeshis often dream of a better life in Europe that will allow them to provide for their families. Dalaals or ‘travel agents’ encourage and capitalise upon these hopes. Among those that take the risky journey to Italy known as 'the game' are hundreds of unaccompanied minors. The reality that greets them is often one of misery, exploitation, and slavery.