Life as a foreign correspondent, mother and passionate advocate for change

Since the age of 19 Sophie McNeill has travelled to some of the world's most dangerous places to report on miscarriages of justice. Inspired by the impact of reporting on the plight of the East Timorese in 1993 Sophie decided to become a foreign correspondent. Since that time she has worked for SBS, as the ABC's foreign correspondent in the Middle East and has married and had two children. Now an investigative reporter for Sophie has released her first book We Can't Say We Didn't KnowSophie talks about her earliest inspirations and why she is still a passionate advocate for change today.Four Corners. See for privacy information.

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