Janine di Giovanni – called the finest foreign correspondent of our generation – has reported more than a dozen conflicts and has won Granada Television’s Foreign Correspondent of the Year award, the National Magazine Award and two Amnesty International Media Awards. Her work covers the human cost of war – working often in conflict zones that the world’s press has forgotten including Bosnia, Somalia and Gorzny. She talks about her work in human rights and the impact this has had on her life.
Janine di Giovanni is the author of Against the Stranger: Journeys Through Occupied Territory, The Quick and the Dead: Under Siege in Sarajevo, Madness Visible and The Place at the End of the World: Essays From the Edge. Her most recent book, Ghosts by Daylight: A Memoir of War and Love, was published in 2011. In 2010 she was the President of the Jury of the Prix Bayeux for War Correspondents.
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