Open Society Foundations Are Helping Those In Need Globally


In a recent article posted on Raw Story, a failed prank was exposed by the prankster. Conservative activist James O’Keefe attempted to do the Open Society Foundation. He left a voicemail to Dana Geraghty, which is the head of human resources. In his voicemail, he stated that he would like to get involved in aiding the company in fighting for their European values. Unfortunately, the prankster forgot to hang up the phone while he thoroughly explained his plan to infant infiltrate the company. The email and call were forwarded to the companies president. They would be prankster inadvertently also relate his LinkedIn account information to the HR representative.
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Open Society Foundations were created by billionaire George Soros. The mission of Open Society Foundations is to build democracies that are accountable and treat their citizens fairly. Open Society Foundation also helps countries to transition from communism two working democracy. The Open Society foundations were created in 1979 and continued to carry out their work to conquer the world struggle and create a brighter hope for the future. George Soros began to start pursuing his desire to improve societies in countries were in need of replacing their authoritarian government. He set up his hungry foundation in 1984. He also began supporting scholarships for black students that would otherwise never be able to attend college. George Soros contributed to the democratic governments that were emerging out of the defunct Soviet Empire. Not only does open Society foundations help to transition to democracy but they also find many different programs such as education public health and business development. Over the last three decades, 13 billion dollars has been over the last three decades 13 billion dollars has been inserted into the Open Societies Foundation to carry out there work around the world. To help train a new breed of Economic and political leaders, George Soros created Central European University. He opened it in 1991, And it is used to research policies and analyze tactics that promote open Democratic societies. In 1993, the foundations began to provide humanitarian Aid and relief to war-torn countries such as Yugoslavia and say hello. Tens of millions of dollars were used to help these countries recover and to help its people get through their toughest times. Cruise help to connect electricity lines cruise help to connect power lines gas lines and provide clean drinking water to people in this region. This philanthropy is just an example of a few of the ways that open Society foundations have contributed to the needs of individuals around the world.
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Yeonmi Park’s Journey to Freedom.


Yeonmi Park never imagined the freedom that she and her mother are experiencing today would even be possible. After narrowly escaping the oppressive North Korean regime which she once considered home, she is attempting to bring attention to the living conditions in her native country.
In an interview with Reason.com, Park discusses the risky escape that she and her mother made in search for a better life. Yeonmi and her mother faced brutal circumstances while trying to make their way to a better way of life. Her departure from North Korea on March 31, 2007, proved to be one of the best decisions she ever made. Yeonmi was only thirteen at the time, and she clearly remembers the long journey that took them through the Gobi desert, the Mongolian border, and finally to South Korea. Although Yeonmi had dreams of a better life, the obstacles she had to endure during her journey tested her resolve as she and her mother faced acts of abuse, near starvation, and her father’s death from Cancer. Yeonmi spoke with a soft heart as she explained to Reason.com that conditions were so harsh in North Korea that her father never had any idea that some of the simple things that she enjoys today were even possible.

While the harsh memories of her homeland and the rigors of her journey to make it to the United States still stand quietly in her mind, Yeonmi felt an obligation to be a voice for those who are left behind. In her Amazon released book, In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom, she talks about the dictatorship and the living conditions that many people living there still face today. Her story has brought much attention to some of the issues people are facing in North Korea, and her plan is to help change things in her native homeland. Her interviews made huge hits on Youtube. She feels many people are unaware of the oppression that tens of thousands of refugees face every day, and her book is the first step in an attempt to stop this systemic issue in its tracks.