Human Activist- Thor Halvorssen

Not everyone knows the secret to success is achieved by assisting others to live a satisfying life. The truth is it is a daunting task to fight for the rights of others; it only needs determination, dedication, and passion for the people. Human rights activist has been in existence for the longest period now fighting and advocating for the rights of others.

Thor Halvorssen is a renowned human rights advocate. Thor was born on March 9th, 1976. He is a Venezuelan human rights advocate and a film producer who has been focusing on public interest advocacy, public policy, individual rights and civil liberties, as well as pro-democracy advocacy. Mr. Thor is so passionate about the human rights and in his efforts to fight for their rights, he has founded several organizations including; Oslo Freedom Forum. Oslo Freedom Forum is an annual gathering which economists have described as “impressive human rights festival which on the road of becoming an equivalent of the Davos Economic Forum.”

Thor Halvorssen is the founder and the President of Human Rights Foundation. Human Rights Foundation is an organization which is devoted to international human rights and freedom. Thor began his human rights advocacy while still a young adult by organizing oppositions to South Africa apartheid. Thor has a human right advocacy background, where both his parents were human rights activists. Thor’s father became a political prisoner in Venezuela, while his mother was shot dead in a human rights protest. Click here to watch video.

Thor’s Foundation, Human Rights Foundation, mainly focuses on fighting for the rights of others. Since its establishment, the organization has been able to release more than seven prisoners. Thor is not only a human rights activist but he is also a film producer, and he has produced a movie; the moon is a harsh mistress. Thor is also involved in community work, and he is the patron of Czech-based children’s peace movement, on own feet, and he is the founder of Moving Picture Institute. Mr. Thor is a go-getter, and he has also written several the books on individual rights and the responsibility of the state. His opinions have appeared in several papers including the New York Times, The Washington Post, and many others.

Thor Halvorssen is All in on Human Rights

When it comes to human rights, Thor Halvorssen is all in. He’s been totally committed to the ideals of equality and dignity his whole life. And he got an early jump on human rights advocacy as a freshman at Pennsylvania University when his father became a political prisoner in South America.

The young Thor Halvorssen sprang into action by enlisting the help of human rights groups from around the world. Eventually, his father was released, but not after being beaten during his 72-day stay.

His mother was shot during a protest not long after his father’s political imprisonment. It was Thor who wrote an article about the senseless attack in the Wall Street Journal that helped catch the perpetrators. Thor Halvorssen comes from a family of political dissidents and that may be something that helps fuel his passion for human rights click here.

The 40-year-old human rights activist later moved to New York City to found the Human Rights Foundation. His small but effective human rights foundation flights for economic justice, political equality and transparency in government. He sees unilateral power concentrated in the hands of a few at the top of the government as the cause of all human rights violations.

That’s why she so ardently fights for transparency in government. He believes that a government with separation of powers that installs checks and balances is incapable of human rights violations on a mass scale. That is why he is so critical of unilateral dictators around the world.

He has attacked the unilateral dictator of Venezuela for being anti-Semitic. His resume, He has also derided the unilateral dictator of Nigeria for passing a draconian law concerning homosexuality. It’s outlaws homosexuality across the board, and breaking the law carries the punishment of death.

In order to help his fight against unilateral dictators, he enlists the help of the Internet. Thor Halvorssen creates viral content that millions of people across the world see simultaneously in order to shed light on the human rights violations of particular dictators around the world. Contact him, By educating the masses he aims to topple unilateral dictators with popular opinion and peaceful revolution.