Slavery was abolished in the United Kingdom in 1807 but more than 200 years on it still exists and affects some of the most vulnerable men, women and children. Commissioned by the UK’s National Crime Agency, Invisible People is a project by British photographer Rory Carnegie that seeks to raise awareness on modern slavery. What I was trying to do with the series Invisible...
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