John Clarke is a social worker, lay theologian, filmmaker and writer seeking to 'write’ the wrongs of the world by ensuring that human rights acquire meaning as a basis for restorative justice and peacebuilding. John’s home is in the City of Johannesburg, but since 2006 he has primarily worked in the rural reaches of the Eastern Cape Wild Coast of South Africa. He works to support the AmaMpondo, rural residents of the Wild Coast, to actualize their human rights in the face of efforts by an Australian mining company and the South African Government to subvert opposition and co-opt them into surrendering their ancestral lands for a coastal dune mining operation to extract titanium and other mineral deposits.
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