JHR

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AcronymDefinition
JHRJournal of Historical Review
JHRJapan Hotel REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) Investment Corporation
JHRJournalists for Human Rights (Canada)
JHRJournal of Human Resources (University of Wisconsin Press)
JHRJapan Hikarian Railroad
JHRJournal of Housing Research
JHRJournal of the House of Representatives (New Zealand)
JHRJames Harvey Robinson (author)
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According to the non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network, the NISS confiscated newspapers 66 times from May 3, 2016, to May 3, 2017.
Through a mentoring approach, Journalists for Human Rights trains South Sudanese journalists to report on issues of service delivery, such as education, health and governance, using an approach that includes participatory reporting, non-discriminatory language, and how to put a human face on the issues.
In Khartoum, the National Intelligence and Security Service seized copies of the dailies -- which included pro-government as well as independent titles -- "without giving any reasons," Journalists for Human Rights said.
Executing Agency Partner : JHR - Journalists for Human Rights
In a statement extended to Sudan Tribune on Friday, the non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network said the NISS has detained Mohamed Al-Amin Abdel-Aziz, a journalist, collaborator of Al-Jareeda newspaper.
In a press release on Monday, the Sudanese non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network said the NISS imposes both pre-print and after-print censorship on newspapers, pointing it verbally instructed papers not to publish news reports pertaining to rebel groups.
June 26, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) on Sunday suspended indefinitely al-Asyad sports newspaper, reported the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR).
Last week, the non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network said the NISS instructed newspapers on 28 April to not publish news of the recent university demonstrations and the detention and dismissal of the students, saying however few newspapers including Al-Gareeda didn't comply with the orders.
According to the non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network, two NISS agents came to the Karrari printing press at 1:00 am (local time) on Sunday and seized the whole print runs.
He told the non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network that the security agents at Khartoum airport asked him to report to the NISS headquarters on 26 March.
The Attorney had asked Umayma about her motivation for writing the report: was it in search of public excitement in order to beef up the paper's publication or in order to share that knowledge with the public, according to Journalists for Human Rights.
September 11, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese non-governmental Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) network has denounced the arrest of a female journalist by the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) for publishing a report on water pollution.