Don Mullan

Author of 'The Boy Who Wanted to Fly' (2010) and 'Scamming the Scammers' (April 2014)

Don Mullan is an Irish humanitarian worker and media producer. He has headed one well-known Irish aid agency and worked for another, spoken widely, and was co-producer of a film about Bloody Sunday. In addition, he is credited with writing the book, Eyewitness Bloody Sunday, which is credited with triggering the Bloody Sunday Inquiry. Don also attended the inauguration of President Nelson Mandela in recognition of his work on behalf of the anti-apartheid movement and is involved in football legend Pele’s football school in Brazil.

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