Synopses & Reviews
Danny Smith has been at the forefront of human rights campaigning for over twenty-five years. He has fought for many people, providing a voice for the voiceless and a light in the darkness—this is his story. Shouting into the Silence is fast-moving and inspirational. Danny takes the reader to some of the darkest places on Earth and uncovers many of the 21st century's most shameful secrets, including child sex slavery, human trafficking, the killing of street children and the orphanages of China. As the head of Jubilee Campaign, he posed as a sex tourist to get the UK laws on child abuse changed; he went to Moscow to fight for the Siberian Seven, and to the streets of India, to break the cycle that had meant that the children of prostitutes would always end up in the same trade. This is the inspirational story of one man's battle on behalf of children at risk.
About the Author
Danny Smith is the co-founder of Jubilee Campaign, a 'human rights pressure group, lobbying to protect children's rights and the persecuted church'. It was awarded consultative status at the UN and helped to set up the All Party Parliamentary Group on Street Children and served as its secretariat since its inception in 1992.