Free a Girl uses social documentary photography in all forms of communication, where the images capture the reality (real life reportage). The images tell a story and explore a specific topic. They can be used separately but are often processed as a complete report. Each individual photo plays an important role in the full story to mobilize people and to make them aware of social injustice and deliver social criticism. We don’t share the real names and faces of survivors of sexual exploitation, unless they are 18 years or older and signed their own consent forms.
For all the initiatives and documentaries, Free a Girl won different awards:
- Our Heroes Award 2016, Mexico City
- Lion in Cannes in 2018
- Black Pencil in New York in 2018
- Mother Teresa Memorial award for Social Justice in 2019
- EPIQ Women’s Advocacy Award in 2020.