I’m a journalist currently based in London, writing news, comment and features for publications including The Guardian, The Telegraph, Bloomberg News, Germany’s taz.die tageszeitung and others with a focus on global women’s rights, foreign aid policy and social affairs. I’m deputy editor of Devex, working with a team of reporters around the world to cover international development and humanitarian aid. I write regularly for Prospect, the UK’s leading current affairs monthly magazine, where I was an editor for several years, and also work as a freelance editor for the Telegraph’s foreign team. I have reported from the United States, Brussels, Germany, Armenia, Taiwan and Mozambique among other places. I have also worked on projects for the European Commission and often speak on TV and radio, including LBC, London Live, Newstalk and BBC stations.
I hold graduate degrees with distinction in journalism and international relations, and was selected as a fellow of the International Journalists’ Programme in 2016. I have lived and worked in London, Edinburgh, Barcelona and Berlin.
I’m also a mentor with the Second Source, a network supporting women in journalism.
Reporting from Europe’s biggest global development conference in Brussels
Debatte um Safe Spaces: Bitte nicht den Kopf schütteln / taz.die tageszeitung (German language)
What can’t you do with a criminal record? / Prospect
Weihnachten in Großbritannien: Auf in den Kampf / taz.die tageszeitung (German language)
Is Roe v Wade still viable? / Prospect
The women’s vote does not exist / Prospect
London’s old buses are driving Maltese round the bend / The Guardian
China’s one-state solution / Prospect