AHDR

AcronymDefinition
AHDRArab Human Development Report (United Nations Development Programme)
AHDRAttack, Hold, Decay, Release (musical equipment feature)
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Established in 2003, the AHDR focuses on providing educators, historians and researchers from both sides of the divide opportunities to become better equipped to handle the complexities of Cypriot history teaching.
Around the time of the first AHDR, the Arab world had reasons for optimism.
The conclusion assesses the women's rights movements in the 2011 Arab Spring, particularly in the contexts of Amartya Sen's Social Choice Theory, the 2002 AHDR, and feminist theory.
In terms of Arctic governance, the AHDR identified the importance of property rights and the allocation of power to local governments as two critical components necessary to ensure the sustainability of culture and environment in the Arctic.
The challenge of attacking unemployment and poverty by creating productive and gainful jobs for today's openly unemployed plus those newly entering the labour force is enormous, but it is also critical for Arab countries (especially in environments where formal safety nets are ineffective)--and it must be addressed now because otherwise, the problem will only worsen," the 2002 AHDR notably predicted.
Tamari's chapter unearths another dubious narrative that undergirds the AHDR report-and, I would add, has become an internalized discourse for many Arab students-that of a post-classical decline in the domains of Arabo-Islamic cultural and scientific production.
One never finds any references to any of these brilliant and pioneering scholars or their important contributions in the AHDR or in World Bank studies.
According to the AHDR 2003 survey, Arabs believe that education is as important for a girl as for a boy.
The preparation of the AHDR, conducted under the auspices of the AC's Sustainable Development Working Group, was organized by the Stefansson Arctic Institute in Iceland (www.
However, until more ambitious targets can be discussed and formulated, there is little hope that much progress will be made on other problems besetting Arab countries, such as those identified in the original AHDR (2002).
And Arab youngsters, according to the AHDR, are desperate to leave their countries - with 50% of those aged between 13 and 20 polled by the UN in 2001 wanting to emigrate.
Already Arab youngsters, according to the AHDR, are desperate to leave their countries - with 50% of those aged between 13 and 20 polled by the UN in 2001 wanting to emigrate.