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John Jackson; co-author SMALL ACTS OF RESISTANCE--An Incredible Book of Stories of Courage and Resistance

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John Jackson is co-author of Small Acts of Resistance, a collection of stories which show how courage, tenacity and a bit of ingenuity can change the world www.smallactsofresistance.com

John was the co-founder and Director of the Burma Campaign UK, an award-winning organization that promotes human rights, democracy and development in Burma. For the past two decades, John has run international human rights and development campaigns focusing on Asia, Africa and Latin America. As Head of Campaigns at Christian Aid, he worked on a broad spectrum of developing country issues including: IMF/World Bank policy, international trade, poor country debt, child labour and anti-personnel landmines. He covered stories on survivors of conflict in Burma, Cambodia and the Philippines.

John has been a regular commentator on national and international news programmes including BBC World, CNN and Sky News and has also been published in the Guardian, the Independent and Prospect magazine.

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