Declan Henry is a creative non-fiction writer and 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. Declan is the author of eight books, three booklets, and numerous published articles. Declan has written on a wide range of diverse topics, including mental health, young refugees, and asylum seekers. He also has a book on Islam entitled Voices Of Modern Islam – what it means to be a Muslim today.
Islam & Homosexuality – Asrar Rashid Podcast
As a writer, I try to incorporate both sides of humanity into my writing, having learned that life is far from grim and that there is enough kindness, compassion, love and humour to overcome life’s obstacles, regardless of how much misery, abuse, or injustice exists.