Sarah Harrison – Border Sessions
Sarah Harrison

Sarah Harrison

Sarah Harrison is a British journalist who was WikiLeaks’ Investigations Editor for several years after joining for its groundbreaking 2010 publications. In 2013, Harrison helped Edward Snowden safely escape to Moscow, and in 2015 she was awarded the Willy Brandt Prize for political courage. In 2014 Harrison co-founded Courage, an international organisation that supports those who risk life or liberty to make significant contributions to the historical record, where she worked for several years before moving to its Advisory Board in 2018.

Sarah Harrison is the co-author of the book Women, Whistleblowing and Wikileaks which she will talk about at Border Sessions with co-authors Renata Avila and Angela Richter.