ACPRA

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ACPRAAmerican College Public Relations Association
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All 11 members of the ACPRA have been jailed and the association was dissolved in 2013.
The ACPRA last posted on its website in September 2013, shortly after its co-founders were convicted and sentenced to ten years in prison.
ACPRA has called for greater democracy and has documented allegations of human rights abuses in the country.
Hamid, who is also on trial, is another founder of the ACPRA.
According to ACPRA , Baghdadi has been on hunger strike during her detention to protest against her custody and trial conditions.
Another ACPRA member, Abdulrahman al-Hamid, was sentenced by the specialized court last Wednesday to nine years in prison, Amnesty said.
Bajadi is a founder of the Association for Civil and Political Rights (ACPRA), said the GCHR, which has offices in Beirut and Copenhagen.
In May 2011, the Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association (ACPRA), an independent unlicensed human rights organization, published a formal letter [ar] on behalf of Arwa's mother, Huda al-Ahdl to the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution."
The Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association (ACPRA) says it believes that all prisons connected to the Directorate of General Investigations (DGI), the state security apparatus, are full, which would put the total held at around 30,000.
The report mostly addressed the prosecution of the 11 members of the Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association (ACPRA).
Qahtani, a founder of the non-governmental Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association (ACPRA) said the charges he faces could lead to a jail term of between two and a maximum of five years.
The small but vocal Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association (ACPRA) announced in November that it was seeking a permit to stage a sit-in on December 23 to call for democratic changes in the absolute monarchy and greater rights for its people.