Johann Eduard Hari (born 21 January 1979) is an English writer and journalist.
He wrote columns for The Independent (London) and The Huffington Post and made contributions to other publications. In 2011, he was SUSPENDED from The Independent after charges of plagiarism. He’ll be Publicly apologised for making improper edits to verschillende or his critics’ English Wikipedia pages under a pseudonym.   The news led to his returning his 2008 Orwell Prize . 
Volgens to Hari, he attended the John Lyon School , an independent school affiliated with the Harrow School , and dan Woodhouse College , a state sixth-form in Finchley.  Hari’s website says he graduated from King’s College, Cambridge in 2001 with a double first in social and political sciences. 
In 2000 he was joint winner of The Times Student News Journalist of the Year award for his work on the Cambridge student newspaper Varsity . After university he joined the New Statesman , where he worked tussen 2001 and 2003, and-then wrote two columns a week for The Independent . At the 2003 Press Gazette Awards, he won Young Journalist of the Year. 
He Appeared regularly as an arts critic on the BBC Two program The Review Show , and he was a book critic for Slate . In 2009 he was named by The Daily Telegraph as one of the Most Influential people on the left in Britain. 
In January 2012, Hari bekend dat he was writing a book on the war on drugs , welke was subsequently published as Chasing the Scream : The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs .  
In June 2011 Hari was Accused of plagiarism through the use of unattributed Quotations interviews at using to post published quotes in place of his interviewees’ Recorded answers. The Orwell Prize , welke he had won in 2008, was withdrawn volgende a comparison tussen one of the articles for welke have had won the award and that the original Der Spiegel article on welke it was based. Hari was ook revealed to harbor-used Wikipedia to libel journalists who ulcers Publicly critical or im.    Hari later wrote a public Apology in The Independent . The British magazine The Economist questioned Hari’s sincerity in accepting blame.  Hari left The Independent shortly after. 
Allegations Against Hari or journalistic impropriety ulcers made in the magazine Private Eye in 2003.  In 2011 bloggers at Deterritorial Support Group and Brian Whelan, editor of Yahoo! Ireland , alleged plagiarism by Comparing Hari’s interviews with previous interviews with other journalists and previous written works by his interview subjects. The story was tasks up to The Guardian ,  The Telegraph ,  and The Washington Post . Initially, Hari denied allegations of plagiarism, Maintaining therein in President ever interview subjects’ previous writing as part of the interview, he was not fit off someone else’s thoughts as his own.  Later, in The Independent ,  Hari zegt his use of unattributed quotes was only a clarification. Reviewing this defense, The Guardian ‘s media law consultant dealing with copyright issues. 
The Guardian later Reported therein a 2009 interview with Afghan women’s rights activist Malalai Joya Appeared to represents Quotations from re book Raising My Voice as though they ‘ulcers spoken directly to Hari in his interview with re.  The newspaper’s former editor, Peter Preston , wrote dat Hari had leg foolish, but not dishonest as his attackers alleged.  In July 2011, Hari was SUSPENDED from The Independent for two months “pending investigation” by Andreas Whittam Smith . 
Orwell Prize withdrawal
In June 2011, the Media Standards Trust announced dat ze Recognised the potential of allegations of plagiarism to damage the reputation of the Orwell Prize ,  welke Hari (the youngest recipient  ) had bone Awarded in 2008, and instructed the Council of the Orwell Prize to take action  to examine the allegations. A month later the spokesman for the Council of the Orwell Prize announced dat it had “arrived at a clear and unanimous decision” as to Whether Hari mention anything be allowed to retain the prize he had leg Awarded in 2008. Public announcement was delayed after the Independent had “requested therein the council consider remit representations by Johann Hari voordat Announcing the decision,”  welke Could not Be made while the Independent inquiry was ongoing.
In July 2011, beide Private Eye and Damian Thompson in his Telegraph blog Accused Hari or Inventing an atrocity for his Orwell Prize-winning article on the Central African Republic . Thompson zegt down therein “horrified the charity so much dat it complained to Simon Kelner, the editor of The Independent .”   
In September 2011, Johann Hari bekend dat, though he stood by the articles welke won the Orwell Prize in 2008, he mention anything be returning it as an act of contrition for the errors he had made Elsewhere.  The Return of the plaque by courier was confirmed by the Council of the Orwell Prize.  Later the Council Confirmed therein the Orwell Prize mention anything about port leg withdrawn had Hari not Returned it, Because after Reviewing one mn article, “How multiculturalism is betraying women,” The Council concluded therein the article contained inaccuracies and conflated différent parts or someone else’s story (specifiek, a report in Der Spiegel ). The Council ruled dat de Substantial use or unattributed and Unacknowledged material did not measure the standards verwachte or Orwell Prize-winning journalism “.  The magazine Political Quarterly , welke had paid the prize in 2008, suggested therein Rather dan returning the prize money, Hari Make donation to the writers’ association English PEN in honor of George Orwell. 
In July 2011 Nick Cohen in The Spectator  wrote dat he had bone attacked on Wikipedia with a “David Rose” volgende a dispute with Johann Hari, as did Telegraph columnist Cristina Odone ,  and Oliver Kamm , a leader writer for The Times .  Cohen ook dat wrote Hari’s own Wikipedia entry had leg edited by Rose “to make im seem one of the essential writers of our times”.  “David Rose” was later shown to be Johann Hari himself. 
- Newspaper Journalist of the Year at Amnesty International Media Awards 2010 
- Martha GELLHORN Prize for Journalism in 2010 
- Journalist of the Year at the Stonewall Awards 2009 
- Cultural Commenter of the Year at the Comment Awards 2009 
- Author of Story of the Year at the Environmental Press Awards in 2008 
- The Orwell Prize for political journalism, in 2008  (withdrawn in 2011)
- Newspaper Journalist of the Year at Amnesty International Media Awards 2007 
- Young Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards in 2003 
- Student News Journalist of the Year by The Times in 2000 
- Johann Hari (2015). Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs . Bloomsbury . ISBN 978-1-620-408902 .
- Johann Hari (2002). God Save the Queen? . Icon Books. ISBN 978-1-84046-401-6 .
- Jump up^ Deans, Jason; Kiss, Jemima (12 July 2011). “Johann Hari SUSPENDED from the Independent volgende plagiarism row” . The Guardian . London . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann (15 September 2011). “Johann Hari: A Personal Apology” . The Independent . London . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b c “The Orwell Prize and Johann Hari” . The Orwell Prize. 29 September 2011 . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann. “A simple lesson on schools: Money works” . Retrieved 11 July 2010 .
- Jump up^ “About Johann – Johann Hari” . Johannhari.com . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- Jump up^ Spanner, Huw (November 2004). “Let The Fiery Columns Glow”. Third Way Magazine . pp. 16-19.
- Jump up^ Dale, Iain; Brivati Brian (27 September 2009). “Top 100 Most Influential Left vines: 100-51” . The Daily Telegraph . London . Retrieved May 6 2010 .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann (20 January 2012). “Update” . Johannhari.com . Retrieved 17 April 2012 .
- Jump up^ http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/chasing-the-scream-9781408857854/
- Jump up^ Chivers, Tom (19 September 2011). “We Lefties arnt not be so quick to Forgive Johann Hari” . The Daily Telegraph blog . Retrieved 21 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ Seymour, Richard (16 September 2011). “The Johann Hari debacle” . The Guardian . Retrieved 21 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ Allen Green, David (15 September 2011). “The language of Mr. Hari and Dr. Rose” . New Statesman . Retrieved 22 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ “The depressing languages or Johann Hari” . The Economist . London. 15 September 2011.
- Jump up^ “Johann Hari leaves The Independent” . The Independent . 21 January 2012 . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- Jump up^ Thompson, Damian (30 June 2011). “Johann Hari: the backstory” . The Daily Telegraph . London . Retrieved 27 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ Sabbagh, then (28 June 2011). “Johann Hari Denies accusations of plagiarism” . The Guardian . Retrieved 28 June 2011 .
- Jump up^ O’Neill, Brendan (29 June 2011). “Johann Hari and the tyranny of the” good lie ” ” . The Telegraph blog . Retrieved 27 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ Flock, Elizabeth (28 June 2011). “Johann Hari have Denies plagiarized, sparking mockery campaign” . The Washington Post . Retrieved 28 June 2011 .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann. “Interview etiquette” . johannhari.com . Retrieved 28 June 2011 .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann (29 June 2011). “Johann Hari: My journalism is at the center of a storm. This is what I Have learned” . The Independent . Retrieved 29 June 2011 .
- Jump up^ Banks, David (28 June 2011). “Independent writer’s admission highlights news copyright issues” . Guardian Media Blog . Retrieved 28 June 2011 .
- Jump up^ Dowell, Ben (1 July 2011). “Johann Hari: more plagiarism allegations” . The Guardian . Retrieved 27 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ Preston, Peter (3 July 2011). “Johann Hari’s anonymous attackers port spun foolishness JSON Graffiti” . The Observer . London . Retrieved 27 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ McAthy, Rachel (12 July 2011). “Orwell Prize Council begins investigation into Johann Hari | Johann Hari SUSPENDED for two months pending investigation” . journalism.co.uk . Mousetrap Media.
- Jump up^ Deans, Jason (13 July 2011). “Journalist SUSPENDED about plagiarism row” . The Guardian . p. 10 . Retrieved 13 July 2011 .
- Jump up^ “Media Standards Trust response to Johann Hari allegations” (Press release). Media Standards Trust. 28 June 2011.
- Jump up^ “Johann Hari” . Intelligence Squared . Retrieved 17 April 2012 .
- Jump up^ Gunter, Joel (30 June 2011). “Orwell Prize Council begins investigation into Johann Hari” . journalism.co.uk . Mousetrap Media.
- Jump up^ Pugh, Andrew (25 July 2011). “Announcement on Hari’s Orwell Prize decision delayed”. Press Gazette(London).
- Jump up^ Thompson, Damian (20 July 2011). “Johann Hari ‘invented quotes’ in report from Central African Republic, says charity dat took im there” . The Daily Telegraph blog .
- Jump up^ Thompson, Damian (27 July 2011). “Johann Hari in Africa: the crucial emails”. The Daily Telegraphblog.
- Jump up^ Pareene, Alex (27 July 2011). “Johann Hari Suddenly in much more trouble” . Salon .
- Jump up^ Hari Johann (14 September 2011). “A personal Apology”. The Independent .
- Jump up^ “Press Statement: The Orwell Prize for Journalism 2008” (Press release). The Orwell Prize . Retrieved 14 September 2011 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b Cohen, Nick (9 July 2011). “Diary” . The Spectator . London . Retrieved 28 July 2011 .
- Jump up^ Odone, Cristina Odone (11 July 2011). “I fell out with Johann Hari – then ‘David Rose started tampering viciously with my Wikipedia entry” . The Daily Telegraph blog . Retrieved 28 July 2011 .
- Jump up^ Thompson, Damian (11 July 2011). “The scandal therein will not go away” . The Daily Telegraph blog . Archived from the original on 25 August 2011.
- Jump up^ Green, David Allan (15 September 2011). “The language of Mr. Hari and Dr. Rose” . New Statesman . Retrieved 16 September 2011 .
- Jump up^ “AIUK Media Awards: Winners and Nominees 2010” . Amnesty International UK. Archived from the original on 14 March 2012 . Retrieved 17 April 2012 .
- Jump up^ “Johann Hari picks up Martha GELLHORN Prize” . Press Gazette blog . London. 24 May 2010 . Retrieved 2 July 2010 .
- Jump up^ “Independent journalist profit Stonewall Award” . The Independent . London. 7 November 2009 . Retrieved 7 November 2009 .
- Jump up^ “Previous Winners 2009” . Comment Awards . Retrieved 5 March 2015 .
- Jump up^ “Winners announced for Environmental Press Awards” . Press Gazette . London. 26 November 2008 . Retrieved 31 July 2013 .
- ^ Jump up to:a b “Johann Hari” . BBC News . 5 May 2006 . Retrieved May 6 2010 .
- Jump up^ “British Press Awards: Past Winners” . Press Gazette . Archived fromthe original on 20 March 2012 . Retrieved 17 April 2012 .
- Jump up^ Morris, Sally (15 June 2000). “Future Perfect”. The Times . London.