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Jon Lunn

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Jon Lunn "is a freelance lecturer and human rights consultant. He is currently teaching on the MSc in development studies at the London School of Economics. A historian by training, he is the author of Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, 1888-1947 (Macmillans, 1997) and a range of other academic articles. He is a former researcher in the Africa Programmes of Amnesty International and ARTICLE 19 and is currently involved as a consultant on several human rights projects in West Africa. He is an member of the boards of the International Press Centre in Nigeria and of Forum of Conscience, a Sierra Leonean human rights organization. He spent the last year working with the Human Rights Policy Department of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office in South Africa." [1]

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  1. Staff, Fahamu, accessed April 5, 2008.