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David Neita is a celebrated lawyer, with expertise in human rights and is widely regarded as one of the most engaging and informative social justice practitioners in London. He is also a published spoken word poet who has performed and led poetry workshops for a range of groups. He is dedicated to the mission of advancing empowerment through poetry, politics and public service. Called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2000, David was a member of the legal team, which brought the largest group action claim in the UK on behalf of thousands of South African asbestos miners.
"David Neita is best described as an agent/conduit for change"
David also runs a project that employs poetry as a vehicle for expression for users and carers within mental health services. This project also assists users to draft parliamentary questions to the executive of the government, which expresses their political concerns. David also uses Art and Creativity to understand something else - he has worked with excluded students and has shown them how to build confidence and leadership skills. David also volunteers his time in the community and the Mayor of London has highlighted him for making an outstanding contribution to life in London.
A qualified and experienced professional David has a special expertise in public speaking and group facilitation. He helps individuals and groups to discover their passion and direction through prose and poetry. His gift in communicating unusual ways to develop a creative mind set and a set of leadership skills make him a well sought after speaker nationally and internationally.
David thrills his audiences with his amazing, thought provoking and stimulating poetic verses. His high standard of delivery and content makes a positive impact on his audience. David is inspiring, informative and enjoyable.
He presents in English.
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