Anne-Isabelle Tollet

Anne-Isabelle Tollet is a French journalist, novelist and screenwriter. As a Senior Reporter for France 24, she was a permanent correspondent in Pakistan from 2008 to 2011, and bureau chief for Afghanistan.

Tollet has presented TV news for France 24 and I tele and appeared in several special national news programs. As special reporter in Kosovo she was preselected for the International Emmy Awards’ “Best News Feature”.

She left Pakistan just after reporting on the death of Bin Laden and on the eve of the publication in France of Blasphemy, a memoir of Asia Bibi, who was sentenced to hang in Pakistan after being convicted of blasphemy. She also collaborated with Bibi on an autobiography, Free At Last, released after her conviction was overturned in 2018.



How the UN can Save Asia Bibi from Execution with Anne-Isabelle Tollet

Anne-Isabelle Tollet, French journalist, novelist, and screenwriter, addresses the 4th Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy – see below for full prepared remarks.   Full remarks   Anne-Isabelle Tollet: I am very honored to be here today and speak to you today about Asia Bibi. She is a 42-year-old wife and