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Habiba Nosheen

Habiba Nosheen

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Born in Pakistan, Habiba Nosheen grew up in Canada where she immigrated with her family at the age of nine as a refugee. She got her start in journalism reporting from Pakistan for CBC Radio and later was selected for the prestigious Kroc Fellowship where she reported on-air for NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

Nosheen joined 60 Minutes in 2014. Her reporting was nominated for an Emmy award and was named a finalist for the George Foster Peabody award. In 2013, she directed, reported and narrated the film Outlawed in Pakistan which aired on Frontline, winning the Emmy for Outstanding Research and Nosheen's third Overseas Press Club Award.

Nosheen was the on-air reporter for This American Life radio documentary, What Happened at Dos Erres? which investigated a massacre in Guatemala. The New Yorker called it "a masterpiece of storytelling," and her reporting won the George Foster Peabody Award, The Dart Award for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma, The Third Coast Radio Award, The New York Radio Festival Award and two Overseas Press Club Awards and she was a finalist for The Livingston Award for Young Journalists.

Nosheen was also the on-air reporter and producer for the PBS investigation, To Adopt A Child, which exposed the murky world of international adoptions and earned her a Gracie Award for Outstanding Correspondent. As a result of her investigation, the Nepalese government admitted publicly for the first time that "mistakes were made" in their adoption system.

Nosheen's stories have been published by The New York Times, TIME, The Washington Post, BBC and ProPublica. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and a second master's degree in Women's Studies from York University.

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