Shiv Malik started his career in investigative journalism working for the New Statesman. Reporting from Afghanistan and Pakistan, he has since gone on to write for The Observer, The Sunday Times, Prospect, The Independent on Sunday and The Washington Post amongst many others. In broadcast he has worked extensively for the BBC and Channel 4 News. He is a contributor on radio shows; The World at One, PM, The Asian Network, The Moral Maze and TV; Sky News, Channel 4 News and Newsnight. He’s been involved in a High Court battle with the Manchester Police to protect his sources, and has published a book about intergenerational conflict called Jilted Generation. Shiv is now a full-time reporter for the Guardian and a co-founder of the Intergenerational Foundation think tank.
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