Social affairs writer, The Guardian
Amelia Gentleman writes on social affairs for The Guardian. She was nominated for the Martha Gellhorn journalism award in 2010, as well as being shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. Previously she was New Delhi correspondent for the International Herald Tribune. She won first prize for feature and comment writing in the 2007 Amnesty International Hong Kong Human Rights Press Awards. She won the Ramnath Goenka prize 2007 for best foreign correspondent covering India. Formerly Paris and Moscow correspondent for The Guardian.
- Waiting for life to start
- Is Britain broken?
- The asylum seekers who survive on £10 a week
- Spending cuts: ‘Westminster doesn’t understand how people will suffer’
- Britain’s not working
- Inside a sexual assault referral centre