Corinne Redfern is an award-winning investigative journalist, reporting on gender, sexual violence, and human rights across Europe and Asia.
Currently based in Italy, Corinne writes for publications such as The New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, TIME, Foreign Policy, Marie Claire, WIRED, The Economist, and Esquire, specializing in investigative projects, narrative features, and radio.
As both an independent journalist and a correspondent for The Fuller Project, Corinne spent more than five years reporting from across South/Southeast Asia, where she was primarily based between Nepal and the Philippines. Her ongoing investigation into the link between child marriage and human trafficking in Bangladesh was published by The Economist’s 1843 magazine, The Guardian, Foreign Policy, the Dhaka Tribune, and ELLE: the latter of which won the 2019 Amnesty Media Award for Features.
Corinne began her career as a writer, contributing editor, and features director for some of the UK’s most successful consumer publications at Time Inc, Shortlist Media, and Hearst. In 2016, she won a Professional Publishing Association award for her coverage of the European refugee crisis. She also holds the 2015 British Society of Magazine Editors award for Section Editor of the Year.