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Declared interests[edit]

Brian Jenkins is currently (2003- ) the Australian national coordinator for the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO).[1] which aims to provide a circuit-break for intractable global problems resulting from pursuit of misplaced self-interest by richer nations and the compulsion of international competitiveness. ISPO is into gently persuading all politicians that globalism is about peace and productivity for all peoples— and against destroying the planet for the profit of a few, including the 'worthy' and the 'good'. Unlike many Wikipedians, as surveyed in 2008, he believes in being open and agreeable.


He is married to former senator Jean Jenkins but has himself no party political affiliation. Formal studies have included philosophy at Sydney, early English and media studies at Macquarie and political science at the University of Western Australia in Perth. He has been a typographer, editor, advertising and PR professional and now dabbles in writing, humanitarian activism, photography and old cars.

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I'm proud to present this barnstar to Bjenks for his outstanding photo contributions here at wikipedia.  Nhl4hamilton | Chit-Chat  01:19, 21 September 2008 (UTC)

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I reward you with the The Copyeditor's Barnstar for your recent – professional – edits on Great Northern War related articles. Much appreciated and well done. Imonoz (talk) 15:53, 24 May 2013 (UTC)

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  1. ^ Simpol Australia

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