European Human Rights Front

The international platform of European Human Rights advocates, and publishers of THE INDICTER: Alternative denouncing of war crimes & human rights abuses

Editorial board

The European Human Rights Front (EHRF) is a platform of HR publishers, academics, activists, authors and journalists, teamed after an initiative by the chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli. The society is  joining efforts to provide in-depth analyses on a specific theme, and gathered in one same issue. The themes are around topics of human rights abuses in which European countries, or the alliances in which they participate, would have committed. We are also concern about governmental invasions to citizens’ privacy and the Civil Liberties. We shall have statements on current international issues representing breaches to the principle of human rights for all, and we will run the monthly publication The Indicter. In this publication, starting November 2015, each volume corresponds to a central theme with both political and human-rights international relevancy.

/Dr Armando Popa, publishing-coordinator.

THE INDICTER’s Editorial board

Editor in chief, Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli PhD (Italy and Sweden). Also publisher of Libertarian Books – Sweden and chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights. Professor emeritus of epidemiology and international health, doctor in psychiatry (Karolinska Institutet), he has been a research fellow and lecturer at Harvard Medical School, and formerly Chair of the International and Cross-cultural Injury Epidemiology Research Group at the Karolinska Institutet. The professor is author of the book Sweden VS. Assange – Human Rights Issues, and several other titles. He has had a wide participation in the international and Swedish debate on issues of public health and/or human rights; i.e. exclusive interviews by Russia Today [RT], OnTheNow, TV4 Sweden, Svt Channel 2, Sputnik News; as well interviewed by Deutsche Welle, Telegiornale RAI Genova, Television Nacional de Chile, and exclusive interviews in main Swedish media, e.g. DN, SvD, Swedish Radio (SR), Swedish TV Rapport and other Svt-programs, Kanal 5, Expressen, Aftonbladet, etc. He has also published numerous op ed articles in DN, SvD, Aftonbladet and other main Swedish newspapers, and pioneered in Sweden the publication of the first blog edited by a professor (The Professors’ Blog) in 2005.

Mr John Goss, UK, contribution writer and member of the editorial staff of News Junkie Post. He is a former senior technical author with a strong interest in justice and peace. He has a degree in International Studies and a Masters in English (MLitt) both from the University of Birmingham, UK. John Goss is also a playwright, poet and librettist currently working on a novel built around the life of Russian poet Georgy Vladimirovich Ivanov (1894-1958).

Dr Lena Oske, chief medical doctor, representing the board of directors of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights.

Dr Armando Popa, editor of SWEDHR Research & Reports, and publishing-coordinator at Front Analyses.

Professor Anders Romelsjö PhD, professor emeritus at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, is also the publisher of a top ranked Swedish political blog, Jinge.se. He is also the  vice-chairman of SWEDHR, and also author of numerous debate articles in main Swedish media, such as DN debatt and other newspapers. He is also in the editorial committee of FIB-Kulturfront. Anders Romelsjö is co-author of the book USA som världspolis.

Professor Floyd Webster Rudmin PhD, (Norway and Canada) is Co-Director and Co-Coordinator of the HumanDHS Stop Hazing and Bullying Project and the HumanDHS World Gender Relations for Equal Dignity Project. He is also a member of the HumanDHS Advisory Board and Research Team. He publishes in prominent sites such as Common Dreams, Counter Punch, etc, and his writing has been referred, among other, in Huffington Post. He has also contributed in The Professors’ Blog.

Mr Sven Ruin, Swedish engineer, is the initiator of Accoun, an organisation focusing on legal equality and accountability as key issues to achieve respect for human rights. See accoun.org

Ms Maj Wechselmann, born in Denmark, is a Swedish author and prize-winner film director and documentary producer. She studied film sciences at the Dramatiska Institute, and also medicine. Maj Wechselmann has participated in the Swedish political debate since the 1970’s. Her prolific production, as well as the prizes she has been bestowed upon are full listed in the bio Wikipedia article Maj Wechselmann. She publishes the site Wechselmann Press , and also her analyses have been published at Jinge.se and at The Professors’ Blog.

Contributing authors and ad-hoc member of the board

Mr Old Wolf (pseudonym), journalist, formerly news editor at Sweden MSM outlets, and publisher of the Swedish site Vinden viskar mitt namn.

Artwork

Illustrations by Marcello Ferrada de Noli, at Arte de Noli.

/Dr Armando Popa, The Indicter‘s publishing-coordinator

retrato_de_Armando_Popa-en-Quiriquina-1973-by-Marcello-Ferrada-de-Noli–Libertarian Books

Portrait of Pinochet’s prisoner Armando Popa, done at the Quiriquina Camp, 1973. By Marcello Ferrada de Noli

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