Sue Lloyd-Roberts was a multi-award-winning journalist. Her awards include the European Woman of Achievement Award, International Reporter of the Year Award, United Nations Women on the Move Award and she won an Emmy for her film, Inside the North Korean Bubble. After her report from China, Sue received a Royal Television Society Award. For over twenty years Sue reported for the BBC's Newsnight programme and for the last ten she also made documentaries for the BBC's Our World series. She won several One World Awards, including one for an undercover film from Burma. She also won several Amnesty Awards including one for her film on the abuse of women in Nepal and one for her reports from Syria. In 2002, Sue Lloyd-Roberts was appointed an MBE and, in 2013, a CBE for services to journalism.
'It is a testament to a woman whose talent and courage shine
from every page that this book is a powerful reminder of
how far we still have to go before equality is achieved' * Sunday
'An important book' * Times Literary Supplement *
'A tough but necessary read and sadly useful if you ever need reminding how equality is still far beyond our reach' * Stylist *
'Go read The War on Women, by BBC reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts . . . she was fearless and morally driven.' -- Yasmin Alibhai-Brown * International Business Times *