Stacking – Nepal: a brick kiln in Nepal. Each brick weighs about 2kg. The dust goes straight into the slaves’ lungs. Picture: Lisa Kristine
Stacking – Nepal: a brick kiln in Nepal. Each brick weighs about 2kg. The dust goes straight into the slaves’ lungs. Picture: Lisa Kristine

Modern slavery, and the American photographer who is doing her bit to abolish it

At last month’s Thomson Reuters Anti-Slavery Summit the audience was spellbound by the stories, and images, of humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine. Sarah Lazarus spoke to her about her work

Stacking – Nepal: a brick kiln in Nepal. Each brick weighs about 2kg. The dust goes straight into the slaves’ lungs. Picture: Lisa Kristine
Stacking – Nepal: a brick kiln in Nepal. Each brick weighs about 2kg. The dust goes straight into the slaves’ lungs. Picture: Lisa Kristine
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