Since 2013 Steven has been giving talks about his work on the issue of Ireland's Magdalene laundries. He explores themes of dignity, inclusion, respect and overcoming barriers to achieving end goals.
O' Riordan also talks about growing up with his sister Joanne O' Riordan who was born in 1996 with a rare medical condition known as Total Amelia, meaning born without limbs. Those talks focus on family values, perseverance and the ability to break the mould. He discusses working with Joanne and his family on making the critically acclaimed documentary No Limbs No Limits.
Since 2018, Steven has been invited to talk with international audiences about his work and book Whispering Hope in America, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Here he speaks to youth groups, NGO's, primary and secondary schools, universities and business organisations on the importance of diversity, effective communications, campaign strategies and how building better working relationships can enhance business development.
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