JJ Rose has worked as a global media advisor for various social justice causes, including the Burmese democracy movement, the Movement for Democratic Change (Zimbabwe) and Polisario (Western Sahara). He was the Asia-Pacific editor for Ethical Corporation magazine and an advisor to the Special Ambassador to the World Food Programme and to the Humanitarian Advisor to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. He is also an author, essayist, journalist, researcher, teacher, analyst, and charity founder.
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