Humanitad

Humanitad Administration

Dr. Mikael Nordfors

Director of Health Programs

(b. 22 December 1958 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a medical doctor with special interest in psychiatry and orthopaedic medicine, and is co-author of the American bestseller Hypericum & Depression. He has also published the online booklet Democracy 2.1.

He was one of the founders of the DemoEx political party in Vallentuna, Sweden, who for more than 8 years have been practising Dr. Nordfors' ideas on direct democracy combined with delegated voting in a real political setting. This idea have later also become adapted by The World Parliament Experiment, where MN is a member. He has been invited to many international conferences such the world political forum, Turin (chaired by Mikhail Gorbachev), the democracy collaborative, Washington DC (Benjamin Barber), The National Democratic Institute (Madeleine Albright), The World Social Forum and The International Conference for Chief Justices in Lucknow, India.

His focus is on holistic cancer therapies and psychotherapy as lead practitioner at the Humlegaarden Private Clinic facility in Denmark.