Helle Thorning-Schmidt

Helle Thorning-Schmidt was the prime minister of Denmark. Now she runs Save The Children, a criminal organisation, one in the business of importing Third World parasites alleged to be children. NB In this context a "child" of 17 is plenty old enough to Rape and kill.

She is on friendly terms with Cameron & Obama. Doubtless there are others. This means in practice that she is above the law regarding smuggling and Treason. She gets £235,000 GBP by way of pay - see Helle Thorning-Schmidt's Pay. That will be plus expenses for jollies like Mandela's Funeral with Cameron & Obama. More and better details of the fat cats at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4044686/Meet-begging-bowl-barons-helping-fund-international-charity-chiefs-eye-popping-pay-bankrolled-BRITISH-aid.html

She enjoyed Mandela's funeral - see Mandela Funeral Is Fun For Obama, Cameron & Some Blonde.

Funerals are fun if you don't care about whoever it was that died; a black trouble maker in this case.

Helle Thorning-Schmidt ex Wiki
Helle Thorning-Schmidt (born 14 December 1966)[1] is a former Danish politician who was Prime Minister of Denmark from 2011 to 2015, and the Leader of the Social Democrats from 2005 to 2015. She is the first woman to hold either post. Following defeat in 2015, she announced that she would step down as both Danish Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader. Ending her political career in April 2016, she is the chief executive of the NGO Save the Children.[2]

Thorning-Schmidt served as a Member of the European Parliament for Denmark from 1999 to 2004 before being elected to the Danish Parliament in 2005. She was elected to replace Mogens Lykketoft as Leader of the Social Democrats after the 2005 parliamentary election, leading her party through the 2007 parliamentary election, which was won by the centre-right alliance, and the 2011 parliamentary election, after which she was appointed Prime Minister by Queen Margrethe II. Thorning-Schmidt holds degrees in political science from the University of Copenhagen and a graduate degree from the College of Europe.[1]

 

Former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt appointed to lead Save the Children International
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Save the Children International announces the appointment of Helle Thorning-Schmidt as its new Chief Executive. The former Danish Prime Minister replaces Jasmine Whitbread as head of the umbrella organisation for the Save the Children movement, the world's leading independent children's charity, with responsibility for programmes reaching over 55 million children in 120 countries.

Sir Alan Parker, Chairman of Save the Children International, said:

“We are very pleased to appoint a new CEO with a proven track record of international leadership and a passion to improve the world for children. As an organisation, we are dedicated to helping those children who need it most wherever they are in the world. There is a real opportunity to deliver further significant progress in the coming decade, particularly in the areas of child mortality, education and child protection. At the same time, we are being called on to respond to an increasing number of humanitarian crises affecting children all over the world.

“In the 21st century, with all of the capabilities we now have, it is simply not right that so many children continue to suffer and die unnecessarily and to be held back from fulfilling their potential. Helle shares this conviction deeply and I believe that she can play a real role in helping to increase our impact and deliver real improvements for children. The Save the Children organisations around the world are working together to try to transform the future for the most vulnerable children, and Helle’s experience and capabilities will be a great asset as we look to deliver on this ambition.”

Helle will take up her position on April 4th, and will be based at Save the Children International’s headquarters in London.

Commenting on her appointment, Helle Thorning-Schmidt said: “I am deeply honoured to be given the opportunity to lead Save the Children International.

“In recent decades the world has made unprecedented progress in reducing child mortality, and the work of organisations like Save the Children has made a huge difference. But as we see every day, there is still much more to do to rescue children from suffering and danger and give them a future.”

"Children’s protection, rights and development have always been close to my heart, and I look forward to doing everything I can to help us deliver on our bold but simple ambitions: that no child under five dies from preventable causes, all children get access to quality education and that no child should live with violence and abuse.

“Save the Children has been at the forefront of fighting for children's rights since its foundation and I am delighted to follow in that tradition by building on Jasmine’s fine work. I couldn’t imagine a better cause and I look forward to meeting and working with our dedicated staff around the world.”

Save the Children contact details:
tracy.manners@savethechildren.org
or call +44 7721261063.

 

Helle Thorning-Schmidt Pay
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Save the Children International’s CEO, Helle Thorning-Schmidt earns $295,500.75 USD (£235,000 GBP) annually. Helle Thorning-Schmidt is the head of a global organisation operating in around 120 countries, with tens of thousands of staff working in some of the toughest places in the world, delivering programmes to millions of children with over a two billion USD annual budget, and responding to more than 65 emergencies in nearly 50 countries in 2015.

As an organisation with important responsibilities towards our beneficiaries, donors, supporters, staff and the public, we recognise the importance of raising transparency and accountability in all aspects of our work. In October 2015, we released our first annual Accountability Report across Save the Children to help our supporters understand exactly where their money goes. We also welcome the finding of the NCVO enquiry into executive pay and currently employ several of the recommendations given.
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Plus expenses e.g. first class flights & five star hotels.