Harriet Sergeant is the author of the widely-acclaimed 'Welcome to the Asylum: immigration and asylum in the UK' (2001), No System to Abuse: immigration and healthcare in the UK (2003), 'Managing not to Manage: Management in the NHS' (2003), Handle with Care (2006) and Wasted: The betrayal and white working class and black Caribbean boys (2009) - all published by the CPS.
She has also written three books: Between the Lines: Conversations in South Africa describes the effect of apartheid on some of its inhabitants in the 1980s. Shanghai is the history of the world's most international city between 1927 and 1939. The Old Sow in the Back Room recounts her experiences of Tokyo where she stayed for seven years. She has written for numerous newspapers and magazines in the UK and abroad.
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