Iconic Human Rights Activist Thor Havlorssen
Havlorssen has often criticized American dictatorships and has occasionally helped individuals victimized under house arrests. Thor’s consistent participation in the human rights freedom has made him one of the best and perplexing figures in this area. His love for kids made him interview the American farm’s kids to represent their grievances and ensure that children rights are accorded. Thor has lectured on human rights at the Harvard law school, the United Nations Associations, as well as other world leaders platforms. He is unique to matters regarding slavery, dictatorship, and human trafficking.
Thor Havlorssen is a film producer and human right activist who has largely contributed in the fields of individual rights, public policy, and pro-democracy advocacy. Thor Havlorssen was born on 9th March 1976 in Venezuela and has two siblings. The forty-year-old has fought for human rights on various forums. He is the found various forums that have had annual gatherings on his mission to search freedom for humanity. He is the proud founder of the Oslo Freedom Forum and the president of the Human Right’s Foundation both which are devoted to seeking for human rights and freedom. The forums have become widely known, and human rights reporters hardly miss them.
Thor Havlorssen is the patron of the Czech-based peace movement that fights for children rights and freedom. He founded the moving picture Institute by his own. In May 2010, he bought the Norwegian news magazine so as to aid in spreading his message of freedom. He has also featured in the New York Times, The Washington post, Nation Journal and also on several television outlets such as Al- Jazeera and BBC News where his opinions have been aired. It is believed that Thor Havlorssen desire to push for human rights was after his mother was shot while protesting and his imprisoned for investigating on money laundering and exposing government corruption dealings.
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