Interested in: Freedom, Equality, Dignity, Equal pay for equal work
Jošt Franko is a documentary photographer born in Slovenia. His work is mostly focused on long-term projects exploring domestic and international social issues, and his themes often examine the relationship between man and land in the modern world. While still in high school and university, Franko started exploring contemporary societal issues such as the Erased people of Slovenia, child labour among refugees in Lebanon, farming on the frontline in Gaza, and created photo-essays that were published by numerous outlets. His work is honored by a TED Fellowship and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.