Stacey Dooley is an English television presenter and journalist. Stacey is one of the most famous television presenter across the world. She is known for her BBC3 series Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts in 2007, for which travelled to India.
Stacey Dooley have done many documentaries since then, focusing on variety of topics from sex trafficking, underage sex slavery to global financial crisis in countries like Cambodia, Thailand, Greece. She campaigns regularly against child labour, organising events to raise awareness and also appeared on many TV programmes like BBC2's Newsnight to raise awareness.
She is one of the best presenters for BBC3's investigative programs like Girls Behind Bars, Border Wars, Homelessness and Kids in the Crossfire.
Influences greatly by her work, Stacey is a passionate advocate for welfare and human rights in developing countries and has fundraising campaigns and has organised number of charity events. tShe is regular panellist for the current affairs show, The Wright Show on channel 5.
In 2015, Stacey was a judge for the observer Ethical Awards and a panelist at the Edinburgh International Television Festival where discussed the impact of visiting some of the world's most dangerous places for her documentaries. She has been regular speaker for different seminars and shares her talk at different platforms.
When Speaking Minds was founded in 2007 in New Zealand, little did we envisage that this would grow into an international brand with offices in India and London in less than a decade. We set up the business to share what we had learnt, from the privileges we have had in our jobs – of access to knowledge.
Bringing India to the rest of the world was our driving force.
The dna of our business is genuinely about sharing knowledge with the
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