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Declan Henry | Author & Human Rights Campaigner

Declan Henry is a prizewinning non-fiction writer, contributing journalist, and reviewer for the New York Journal of Books. His celebrated work covers a diverse range of often polarising topics including young offenders, mental health, young refugees and asylum seekers, clerical sexual abuse, transgender people, suicide prevention, Gypsies, Roma and Travellers, and Islam.

 

Enquiries

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* Media Comment, Expert Opinion & Interviews

Declan Henry is available through The Double Agents for expert comment, opinion, interviews, and thought-leader articles on a range of complex and polarising topics. These include the rehabilitation of young offenders, the impact of childhood sexual abuse, religion and radicalisation, asylum seekers and refugees, and the experiences and challenges faced by these vulnerable populations. Other areas of expertise include transgender and LGBTQ+ issues, and why the Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller communities are so often misunderstood and demonised by society. He is also available to discuss suicide prevention and mental illness and the ways to address these increasingly common public health issues.

* Charity Collaborations

Declan is a committed advocate for human rights and social justice. He is available to collaborate professionally or on a pro-bono basis with human rights charities and organizations that align with his areas of expertise. Contact The Double Agents for enquiries.

* Public Speaking Engagements

Declan is available for a variety of in-person and virtual speaking engagements. Enquiries and bookings can be made through our speaking agency, BubbleandSqueak.London

About

Declan Henry is a creative non-fiction writer, contributing journalist and human rights campaigner. He has written about a wide range of diverse and complex topics, including young offenders, mental health, young refugees and asylum seekers, clerical sexual abuse, transgender people, suicide prevention, Gypsies, Roma and Travellers and two books on Islam.

Declan comes from a distinguished academic background. He studied at two of London’s elite universities – Goldsmiths and King’s College. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Education and Community Studies and a Master of Science in Mental Health Social Work. 

He is the author of 10 books, two booklets and numerous published articles in international media. His 2017 book, Trans Voices – Becoming Who You Are – won bronze at the Independent Publisher Book Award in the LGBT+ non-fiction list. He is also a reviewer for the New York Journal of Books. 

Declan was born in County Sligo in the Irish Republic and now lives in Kent. Aside from writing, Declan is passionate about photography and theatre.

Further Information:

Personal website:  www.declanhenry.co.uk 

Socials: Facebook

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