Unlike many other billionaires looking to fight political campaigns across the planet, George Soros understands how difficult life can be for people at the harshest fringes of society. In his early life the future billionaire took jobs as a waiter and railway porter to pay for his studies at the London School of Economics, which he began after embarking on a refugee journey that took him from his home in Hungary just after the close of hostilities during World War II that saw Nazi forces occupy the country. Discover the Networks reports the early life and studies of George Soros have made it easy to see just why the political and philanthropic career of the founder of Soros Fund Management have been based upon the fight for the rights of people facing discrimination and a battle for survival in the face of right wing political leaders. Learn more on discoverthenetworks.org about George Soros.
The Soros family was always looking to unite the people of the world in many different ways, particularly for the patriarch of the family, Tividar Soros, who was already a supporter of the use of the universal language of Esperanto across the world. This global outlook has remained a part of the life of George Soros for many years and has resulted in the founder of the Open Society Foundations network of charitable groups spending much of his time concerned with the problems facing refugees across the planet. Politico reports a good example of the work of George Soros in terms of refugee rights in his decision to forgo a planned visit to the Democratic National Convention of 2016 where his chosen Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, was to receive the nomination of the party to instead remain updated on the European refugee crisis. Learn more about George at Biography.
Not only does George Soros believe greater rights should be available to refugees, but he has also made clear his support for immigration reform options that have been an ongoing concern for his Open Society Foundations. Part of the philosophical and political belief of the man who follows the Open Society theories of Karl Popper is the call for mass migration into democratic countries like the U.S. where the work completed by refugees and other immigrants will promote the diversity George Soros believes is important to all aspects of life in the 21st century. Soros backs groups with major financial contributions, including the National Immigration Law Center and the Immigration Policy Center. Over the course of 2015 and 2016, George Soros also became a major part of the remain campaign established in the buildup to the Brexit referendum in the U.K.; although a strong critic of the German Chancellor for her handling of European Union problems, George Soros remains strong in his belief that the European Union remains an important political and social experiment.