Gosia Juszczak

Polish film director based in Madrid, graduate of Andrzej Wajda Film School in Warsaw. In her work, Gosia focuses on minorities, migration and borders. STOLEN FISH, her award-winning documentary, was highlighted by VICE Magazine among ten most radical films of Sheffield Doc/Fest in the UK. Gosia is also a journalist, translator and public speaker. She wrote about such underreported issues as the evictions of Kenya's Sengwer community's or the Nubian minority struggle in Kenya. She’s a regular contributor to Le Monde diplomatique and Novara Media, where she publishes human rights stories, such as “Cargo Women of Melilla”, a take on a slave-like work of Moroccan women on the Southern EU border. Former Human Rights observer in the Middle East and co-author of the book “All Quiet in the West Bank”. https://storyhunter.com/gosia-juszczak