Independent Researcher who specialises on male childlessness
Robin Hadley is an Independent Researcher who specialises on male childlessness and ageing. He is in his late 50’s and is from, and lives in Manchester, UK. His counselling and own experience led him to self-fund his MA and MSc (University of Manchester, 2008; 2009) on the desire for fatherhood and the levels of desire for parenthood in childless people and parents. His PhD (Keele, 2015) examined the impact of involuntarily childless on the lives of older men. He is a founder member of the campaign group Ageing Without Children. Recently he collaborated on a research project with Dr John Barry (University College London) and Cloe Newby (Male Psychology Network) on the impact of early years’ experience and childlessness in later life. His previous careers include: counsellor, deputy technical manager, scientific photographer, and kitchen assistant.