'"Around the world, a woman's body is still very much a battlefield and hundreds of thousands of women bear the invisible wounds of war.”
Christina Lamb OBE is the Chief Foreign Correspondent for the Times and Sunday Times, bestselling author and honourary fellow of University College Oxford. Lamb's career is punctuated with awards, conflict, and compassion. Having started her career in Afghanistan during the Soviet occupation, she has since reported from Pakistan, Iraq, Lybia, Angola, Eritrea, and Zimbabwe to name a few.
Christina's recent work focuses on the impact of war on women. She has several bestelling books on the topic including I Am Malala and The Girl from Alepp. Since then she has won 15 major awards including Europe's top war reporting prize the Prix Bayeux.
"Lamb...does society a service by forcing us to look" - New York Times