Rossalyn Warren

Rossalyn Warren

Author, Journalist, Broadcaster

Rossalyn Warren is a feature and investigative journalist. She has written for The New York TimesWashington PostGuardian, BuzzFeed News, VICE, CNN, BBC, ELLE and Teen Vogue, among other places. She was previously a senior news reporter for BuzzFeed News in London.

She’s reported from across Latin America, Europe, and Africa, covering world news, women’s rights, Internet culture, and humanitarian crises, and often, the intersection between all of these areas. Her investigation into press exploitation of mothers in poverty was nominated for a 2017 Orwell Prize, and her interactive WhatsApp conversation with a refugee was nominated for a British Journalism Award. Her work has been used by CNN to grill Donald Trump about his ‘Muslim ban’ and condemned as “fake news” by the Burundi government.

Rossalyn was a 2018 Ochberg Fellow at Columbia Journalism School. In 2017, Forbes named Rossalyn ’30 Under 30′ in media in Europe. She named news reporter of the year at the 2016 Words By Women Awards, and she was shortlisted for new journalist of the year at the 2015 British Journalism Awards for her coverage of Europe’s refugee crisis. She was also shortlisted for the Gaby Rado Award for best new journalist by Amnesty International in 2016.

Following her leading coverage of online harassment for BuzzFeed News, she published a digital book on the issue, Targeted and Trolled: The Reality of Being A Woman Online, with Penguin in 2015. She was a Press Fellow for the UN Foundation that same year.

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have a great day everyone

I'm sorry to have to announce that our friend @DawnHFoster has passed away at home suddenly, aged 34. An elegant writer and eloquent commentator, Dawn effortlessly mastered a media mainstream loath to admit outsider perspectives.

Midnight in Withington. Quiet, peaceful, powerful.

great report on how thousands of videos of Uyghurs denying abuses against their community are showing up on Twitter and YouTube, as part of an elaborate influence campaign by Chinese officials to counter reports of human rights violations

Dea-John Reid, a 14-year-old boy, was subjected to racist abuse before being chased and stabbed to death in Birmingham. Four men in their 30s and two boys aged 13 and 14, have been arrested on suspicion of his murder.

Belarusian authorities onboard a Ryanair flight lied and said there was a bomb threat, in order to force the flight to land so they could detain a 26-year-old journalist, Roman Protasevich

He told fellow passengers “they’ll execute me here.”

I’m in shock. That building was my office for years. Now gone in an Israeli air attack. The BBC and AP also had offices there, but most of the floors were residential. So many more families are homeless in Gaza tonight.

“Children’s toys and a Monopoly board game could be seen among the rubble.”

Hi there - I spent the last six months interviewing politicians, civil servants, frontline staff, lawyers, judges, campaigners and ordinary people caught up in the system to ask one simple question: what’s up with the Home Office?

is it any wonder why violence against women is still not taken seriously enough, when men who run newspapers/the press continue to praise a man who murdered his wife.

lol, what a take. its delusional to think attending private school isn't related to class.

i enjoyed watching Nicola Sturgeon calmly tell a far-right activist who confronts her “you’re a racist and a fascist and Glasgow will reject you" and then walk off

finally, I can use the hashtag #dogsatpollingstations

Julia James was walking her dog when she was viciously attacked and killed. She specialised in supporting victims of domestic abuse as a police community support officer. It's been over a week and still no arrests.

I don’t read the Telegraph and yet every day, at least two/three of their stories are promoted in my trending topics tabs. What deal do they have with Twitter? Is this the same for anyone else? 🥴

The Commons voted down the Stalker’s Register Amendment today. There was political momentum behind the legislation, but ultimately they gave women street lights instead, because it was cheaper. So many lives would have been saved. A bitter pill to swallow

please consider donating towards this - it’s a tangible way to help provide support for the survivors of sexual violence in Ethiopia (for more info on what’s happening, read this harrowing but vital Sky News report )