Thor Halvorssen is the leader of the Human Rights Foundation based in New York City. He is 39 years old. Thor and his prototypes believe in the importance of individual liberty and human rights.
They consider human rights as non-debatable discussions. Thor is extraradical and does not take time executing stereotypical ‘sad-sack’ movements like most human rights activists.
According to Crunchbase, Thor Halvorssen was raised in Caracas Venezuela and descends from a lineage of both Norwegian and Venezuelan leaders. Oystein, his matrilineal grandfather, was the famous Norwegian king’s delegate in Venezuela in the course of the Second World War. His grandfather is known for diverting all of the Norway trade fleets to Venezuelans and getting to war with Germans who opposed his move.
His father was tortured in Caracas detention centers after he exposed the government extortion during the Venezuela drug wars. His mother is also a descendant of Bolívar’s Simón, the liberator.
His mother is a close relative of Cristóbal Mendoza, the first Venezuelan president. She got wounded during a demonstration against the Hugo Chávez regime.
Leopoldo López Thor’s first cousin was also a critic of the Chavista regime. He still serves a Venezuelan political prisoner jail detainment. In many parts, Halvorssen is considered as an important critic of dictatorship regimes in Latin American and some of the traditional funding institutions. He, however, refuses to accept traditional designs and considers himself a liberal classic in the Venezuelan Chávez left-wing.
His firm is ready and willing to disparage all types of dictators and does not consider employee political inclinations as long as they maintain his mission to eradicate tyranny from the world. HRF’s staff is selected from all over the world and strives to uncover tyranny and push for political prisoner’s release. Read more: Thor Halvorssen | Facebook
The Foundation has recently published child labor practices in American farm kids, commonly known as the Tobacco’s Hidden Children. The organization remains the world’s leading human rights watchdog being served with the veteran leadership of Thor Halvorssen.