It is clear that Thor Halvorssen is keeping vampire hours from the time his night-out texts, emails and encrypted Wickr messages started flooding like a surge. The 40-year-old Thor Halvorssen is the leader of the Human Rights Foundation based in New York. This organization was incorporated in 2005. Half-Venezuelan, half-Norwegian was born in Caracas and speaks American English. He descends from the head of state in Swashbucklers. During World War II, his grandfather was made King in Venezuela. When the Germans invaded their homeland, he diverted the Norwegian fleet to the ports of Venezuela. His mother is a descendant of the first president of the country. For Thor Halvorssen, individual liberty and human rights should be the main topics of discussion on every table. Human rights discussion form the basis of a lively debate.
Thor has a practical knowledge of the subject. While working at a Venezuelan car drag, he exposed government corruption. During an anti-Hugo demonstration, his mother was shot dead. Leopoldo Lopez, his first cousin, is gutting out as a prisoner in Venezuela. However, Thor spends no time the sad-sack stereotypical activist. He never emits clock or world-weariness over the American evils in homogeny. He adopts deposition as a key factor for human rights activism.
He loves people. He loves the defectors and dissidents most. He strives to free troublemakers who blow. He made Vaclav Havel serve as chairman for HRF till 2011 when he died. He also had Garry Kasparov replace him with. For his course, Thor has been beaten severally. In 2011, he received a beating at a Buddhist church together with is the cameraman. The eventually taped the interview after he was snuck into the monastery. He was detained until he convinced the police that he had an interest in Buddhist. Click here to know more.
Thor Leonardo Halvorsen was born in 1976. He is a human rights advocate in Venezuela. He also produces films through public interest advocacy and public policy. He is the founder of Oslo Freedom Forum. This is a gathering described as the foundation for human rights. Halvorsen attended Pennsylvania University and graduated with a History and Political Science degree.