Johann Hari is a British jour­nal­ist. He has writ­ten for many of the world’s lead­ing news­pa­pers and mag­a­zines, includ­ing the New York Times, Le Monde, the Guardian, the Los Ange­les Times, The New Repub­lic, The Nation, Slate, El Mun­do, and the Syd­ney Morn­ing Her­ald. He was a lead op-ed colum­nist for the Inde­pen­dent, one of Britain’s lead­ing news­pa­pers, for nine years.You can fol­low him on Twit­ter at @johannhari101

He was born in 1979 in Glasgow, Scotland, and has lived in London since he was a baby. His mother is from the Scottish tenements and his father is from the Swiss mountains. He graduated from King’s College, Cambridge with a double first in Social and Political Sciences in 2001.
Johann was named ‘National Newspaper Journalist of the Year’ by Amnesty International twice. He was named ‘Environmental Commentator of the Year’ at the Editorial Intelligence awards, and ‘Gay Journalist of the Year’ at the Stonewall awards. He has also won the Martha Gellhorn Prize for political writing.
He is currently working on his next book, and he is a Visiting Fellow with Purpose, the New York-based progressive campaigning group.

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