Stine Renate Håheim

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Stine Renate Håheim
Stine Renate Haaheim stort.jpg
Member of the Storting
Incumbent
Assumed office
20 October 2009
Personal details
Born 13 May 1984
Oslo
Nationality Norwegian
Political party Labour Party
Committees Justice Committee
Website http://stinerenate.no

Stine Renate Håheim (born 13 May 1984) is a Norwegian politician (Ap). She is from Valdres, Oppland. She was a municipal councillor for Nord-Aurdal 2003–2007, and a member of Oppland county parliament 2007–2009. Håheim was a central member of Arbeidernes ungdomsfylking (AUF) from 2006 to 2010. At the Norwegian parliamentary election, 2009, she was the Arbeiderpartiet's 4th candidate for Oppland, and from October 2009, she replaced Rigmor Aasrud, as Aasrud become the Minister of Government Administration and Church Affairs, and had to leave her post as MP.

Håheim studied at the Lektorstudiet at Universitetet i Oslo, a professional course based around teaching studies.

On 22 July 2011 she escaped unharmed from the Utøya shooting massacre.[1]

Origin of quote on CNN[edit]

She was interviewed by CNN's Richard Quest on 23 July 2011 where she phrased the words "If one man can create that much hate, you can only imagine how much love we as a togetherness can create."[2] This phrase was later quoted by prime minister Jens Stoltenberg during the memorial service on Sunday 24 July 2011, attributed to "the AUF girl who was interviewed by CNN", slightly rephrased due to translation back in Norwegian (here in English translation): If one man can show so much hate, think how much love we could show together.[3][4][5]

Tweet of Helle Gannestad

According to Håheim herself in an interview with the Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang she attributes the original formulation to a good friend, Helle Gannestad.[6]

The Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang later updated the article The Love Message is Spreading in All Channels on 25 July 2011 with the information that the Love Quote correctly shall be attributed to Helle Gannestad, the good friend of Håheim.[7] The original phrasing in English translation is as follows: When one man could cause so much evil - think about how much love we can create together.[8]

Storting committees[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eyewitness: Norwegian massacre 'like a Nazi movie'". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 23 July 2011. Retrieved 23 July 2011. "We heard shooting, lots of shooting, and we were calling our families and we were calling the police. Suddenly somebody said, 'The police is here! We are safe now!' And then we saw a man with a police uniform coming down the hill and he started shooting people. We turned around and we ran for our lives." 
  2. ^ "Norway Island survivor: CNN's Richard Quest talks to Stine Renate Haheim". CNN. 23 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011. "If one man can create that much hate, you can only imagine how much love we as a togetherness can create." 
  3. ^ "Tale ved Statsminister Jens Stoltenberg i Oslo Domkirke". Norwegian government. 24 July 2011. Retrieved 25 July 2011. "Ingen har sagt det finere enn AUF-jenta som ble intervjuet av CNN: Om én mann kan vise så mye hat, tenk hvor mye kjærlighet vi alle kan vise sammen." 
  4. ^ "Norway attacks: Sunday 24 July rolling coverage: 1.13pm". The Guardian. 24 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011. "No one has said it better than the AUF girl who was interviewed by CNN: If one man can show so much hate, think how much love we could show, standing together." 
  5. ^ "Address by Prime Minister in Oslo Cathedral". Norwegian government. 24 July 2011. Retrieved 25 July 2011. "No one has said it better than the Labour Youth League girl who was interviewed by CNN: If one man can create that much hate, you can only imagine how much love we as a togetherness can create." 
  6. ^ "Kjærlighetsbudskapet sprer seg i alle kanaler". Verdens Gang. 24 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011. "Sitatet ble først formulert av en god venn av Håheim. Under intervjuet med CNN velger Håheim å videreformidle det, for å understreke at hat ikke er svaret på hat." 
  7. ^ "Kjærlighetsbudskapet sprer seg i alle kanaler". Verdens Gang. 25 July 2011. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. Retrieved 25 July 2011. "Først på Twitter: Den hittil ukjente opphavskvinnen heter Helle Gannestad" 
  8. ^ "@Uhellet: Helle Gannestad". Twitter. 23 July 2011. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. 

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