Thor Halvorssen Serves as a Model of What a Single Person can Accomplish

Thor Leonardo Halvorssen Mendoza is a writer, producer, actor. Most importantly, Thor Halvorssen is a determined human rights activist. Thor is the president of the Human Rights Foundation. Thor Halvorssen’s views and opinions have been featured of various media outlets including The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine, HBO Fox News and many more. He is active in a number of organizations who work for similar causes.

He currently the president of the Human Rights Foundation. The Human Rights Foundation is an organization that aims to protect and promote human rights all over the world. He is the executive director and CEO of The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. Thor founded the Oslo Freedom Forum which is a gathering for peace seekers and human rights activists.

Halvorssen has ran various campaigns against social injustice. He is not afraid to speak his mind. In 1999 he spoke at a Lucent Technologies shareholder meeting about the use of slave labor for products produced in China. He speaks it audiences at different colleges including the prestigious Harvard University. He even has been a speaker at the United Nations Association.

Thor Halvorssen recently spoke out against Cuba after the government arrested the artist El Sexto, then later international attorney Kimberly Motley, and artist Gorki Aguila. Thor Halverson stated, “This outrageous abuse is the sad reality of Cuba’s ongoing totalitarianism. Thor is highly motivated to fight for human rights. His high level of involvement should serve as a model of what can be done by a single determined individual.

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George Soros Puts Forth Advice On Solving The EU’s Asylum Crisis

George Soros has been speaking a great deal about the current migration problem in Europe. George Soros has noted in an article for Market Watch that the absence of a coherent asylum policy has led to many of the problems currently be experience. Those problems have been described as chaos.
Soros mentions on NY Books that the European Unions is supposed to be a collective of countries working towards everyone’s best interests. Soros suggests that selfishness on the part of the members has contributed to avoidable problems. Basically, each and every member state is seeking to serve its own individual interests.

Soros suggests a reliable plan designed to slowly absorb migrants into the various nations is a must. The lack of any cohesive plan is causing a lot of the confusion and unrest.

George Soros feels one million asylum seekers per year should be brought into the European Union. The distribution of the asylum seekers must be evenly distributed throughout the member states. No one country should be overwhelmed while another country is allowed to skirt responsibilities.

Additionally, the European Union must direct money to Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey to aid the millions of refugees currently residing in those countries. Improving care for these displaced persons – displaced due to wars in Syria and elsewhere – could help eliminate a number of problems.

The setting up of an EU Asylum and Migration Agency along with an EU Border Guard would further help the cause. Soros is quick to mention the governments of the countries in the European Union should not be required to carry the burden alone. Private sector enterprises including for-profit and non-profit entities must lend a proverbial hand.

George Soros is definitely someone who understands organizational and management skills. He managed a powerful hedge fund, and he currently runs the Open Society Foundations for progressive causes. Soros has also put a lot of time, money, and work into a host of philanthropic causes over the years.