The Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund Role in the Fight For Human Rights

The fight for migrant, human and civil rights is not an easy one. All persons around the globe are entitled to some specific rights, regardless of their ethnicity, race, place of birth, region and immigration status. Many individuals in the society do not have access to these rights in the modern generation.

Although governments and organizations have spent thousands of years trying to bring civilization, some nations have not been able to resist change. These nations have some groups that are still denied some of the basic needs because of different reasons. When this happens, the groups affected are forced to live a miserable life.

In most cases, these individuals live in substandard housing, given meager wages, denied proper education and even healthcare. Some of these people in the society are always arrested and in some instances incarcerated without fair trial. This treatment is inhumane, and nobody should be subjected to it.

Several organizations led by people with a clear conscience from around the globe have emerged to bring an end to this inhumane acts. These individuals have refused to sit and watch as these injustices take place. Human rights activists have made it clear that inhumane treatment, unjust and illegal activities should not be entertained because an individual comes from a different society. Read more: Village Voice Media | Wikipedia

In the modern times, migrants are the common victims of this type of discrimination and ill treatment in most parts of the world. Through these institutions, the battle for human rights has been successful in some societies. Individuals now respect the rights of the people around them.

People move from one place to the other in search of greener pastures and better living conditions. This simple fact means that everyone in the world is a migrant and we are therefore very equal. Immigrant rights must be protected because these people are just like everyone else in the society.

Organizations have emerged in the international, regional and local levels to fight for human rights. Most of these institutions have registered victories, but there is a lot of work that has not been accomplished by the nonprofit making agencies. Governments have not been left behind in this powerful fight.

Two Journalists Michael and Jim were arrested several years ago. After a long court battle, the court ruled out that they were detained wrongfully. The judge in charge of the case ordered the people responsible for their arrest to compensate the journalist. After some time, Michael and Jim received their compensation.

Following receipt of the money, the two lucky journalists decided that they were going to use the money to help other individuals in the society. The two established the Larkin and Lacey Fund to help organizations that were fighting for human rights.

Since its introduction into the world, the Larkin and Lacey Fund has been instrumental in changing the lives of many needy people in the society. Under the leadership of the two journalists, many immigrants in the United States have received the help they needed in living good lives.

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Who Is Political Mover and Shaker, Thor Halvorssen?

Thor Halvorssen Mendoza is a man of innumerable talents but is perhaps best known as a political speaker and global activist. Mr. Halvorssen is also widely regarded for his founding of the famous secular, civil activism group, The Human Rights Foundation (or HRF) which networks with activists the world over to combat tyrannical ideology, oppression and poverty wherever it might happen to be found.

The thirty nine year old political activists philosophical proclivity is much in keeping with his organization, for the majority of his career and exploits revolve around the championing of democracy and the decrying of totalitarian socialism, fascism, communism and any other historically (or presently) damaging political ideology. It should be noted here that one of the things which sets Mr. Halvorssen apart from many other activists, both well known and not so well known, is that he, “Puts his money where his mouth is,” as they say, meaning that he is not afraid to get out on the front-lines and roll up his sleeves in the pursuit of a freer and more just society. Click here to watch video.

For instance, in 2010, during a trip to the Vietnamese city of Ho Chi Minh to interview Thich Quang Do, a well known religious dissident suffering under the auspices of the severe Buddhist persecution of the local regime, Halvorssen was apprehended for trespassing (as Do was currently under house arrest, severing a multiple decade long term of self imposed incarceration). Halvorssen was then dragged off to a Vietnamese prison where he was beaten black and blue for no discernible reason other than the amusement of the guards. Thankfully, Mr. Halvorssen was able to escape his predicament due to pressure from his, and many other international, activist foundations, but the experience left him with first hand working knowledge of ideological totalitarianism in action.

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