Tore Eikeland, born on Osteroy in 1990, was a politically-prodigious young Norwegian. He was a passionate speaker and activist, concerned and involved with social and developmental issues both at home and abroad. At 16, he already led the ruling labour party’s youth wing, and was one of the founding members of the Social Democratic Network of European Youth. Two years later, in 2009, whilst commencing a Bachelor of Arts in politics, he led the Labour Youth League in Hordaland County for the first time, and was selected to be part of the county council shortly afterwards. In 2011, only a few hours after partaking in discussions about North-South relations led by the former Norwegian prime minster, Tore was tragically killed in the massacre of Utøya. After his death, the current Prime Minister gave a special mention to Tore in a memorial service for those murdered in the incident, marking him out as one of Norway’s most promising and talented young politicians. In Tore’s short life he played a part in national and international politics far beyond his years, and he - and his passion about third-world development and democratic awareness - deserve to be remembered, and to find an alternative channel through which they can make an impact. We hope to give his ideas a voice, and to enact the life-changing vision he has left behind.