National award for University of Chichester’s film on human trafficking

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MEDIA students and staff from the University of Chichester have won a national award for their film on human trafficking.

My Name is Georgina was named best for domestic servitude at the Human Trafficking Short Film Competition in London.

The contest aimed to raise awareness of forced labour in the UK.

As part of its production, undergraduate media students worked with lecturers and industry professionals to plan the film, which follows a young African girl brought to England under false pretences before becoming a slave.