10 Jun 2013
StutterTalk host Barry Yeoman is joined by David Mitchell and Harry Dhillon in Lunteren, The Netherlands at the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter. Mr. Dhillon explains how he stopped seeing himself as a victim and began taking responsibility for making changes. Mr. Mitchell encourages people who stutter to be more engaged in the political process and explains why people who stammer are “empathy generators.” StutterTalk plans to quick-publish several more daily episodes from the 10th World Congress. Check back at StutterTalk.com for updates.
DAVID MITCHELL is a widely respected, award winning novelist from England. His novels include Ghostwritten, Number9Dream, Cloud Atlas, Black Swan Green and the Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet. David Mitchell is a person who stutters and a patron of the British Stammering Association.
HARRY DHILLON is president of a London Toastmasters club, works in information technology, is a real estate investor and is active in the stuttering scene in the United Kingdom.
BARRY YEOMAN is a respected journalist, a person who stutters, a StutterTalk advisor and a long-time participant in self-help organizations for people who stutter. Barry advises StutterTalk on issues pertaining to ethics in journalism, reporting and much more. Read Mr. Yeoman’s entire bio here. Mr. Yeoman has been featured several times on StutterTalk – those episodes are archived here.