Ros Wynne-Jones is an award-winning journalist who writes about UK and global poverty. A Daily Mirror columnist who writes about the effect on ordinary people of cuts and austerity, she has also written for titles including The Independent, Guardian and New Statesman. Her first novel, Something is Going to Fall Like Rain, about aidworkers in South Sudan, was published by Reportage Press in 2009, with an iPad and Kindle edition in 2012.
Ros has won two One World Media Awards (2000, 2006) for reporting from South Sudan and Rwanda, and in 1999 was Cosmopolitan magazine’s Media Woman of the Year. In the last seven years, her work has been shortlisted for National Press Awards on seven occasions including for Feature Writer of the Year, the Hugh Cudlipp Award and, in 2015, for the inaugural Georgina Henry Prize for Innovation. In 2016, she was shortlisted for Columnist of the Year.