Hadley Stewart is an award-nominated writer and broadcaster. He has written for Attitude, Euronews, FS, NBC News, PinkNews, Reuters, among other publications. He has reported on the persecution of LGBT+ people in Egypt, the impact of Venezuela’s economic crisis on the LGBT+ community, as well as interviewing human rights activists in the Middle East. Hadley is currently appearing on The Condom Chat on BBC Stories, and Queer Britain on BBC Three. He previously presented an episode of The Point on Sky News, and helped to produce a documentary about dating apps for the news channel in late 2018. His essay about being gay in school is published in the Amazon best-selling book, Boys Don’t Try? Rethinking Masculinity in Schools. Hadley also supports the Albert Kennedy Trust, the LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity, as one of the faces of their Room for Love campaign. He has been nominated for a National Diversity Award and a Diversity in Media Award.