ALRA

AcronymDefinition
ALRAAcademy of Live and Recorded Arts (UK)
ALRAAmerican Land Rights Association (Battle Ground, WA)
ALRAAgricultural Labor Relations Act (est. 1975; California)
ALRAAbortion Law Reform Association (UK advocacy organization)
ALRAAssociation for the Legal Right to Abortion (Australia)
ALRAArchitectural-Level Risk Assessment
ALRAAboriginal Land Rights Act of 1983 (Australia)
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See ALRA s 4 (granting land to aboriginal land trusts).
Yet, despite the success of the organizing during the 1960s, the most dangerous period for the UFW came after the ALRA was passed.
The ALRA confers strong property rights on Aboriginal people over 'Aboriginal land'.
The ALRA gave traditional owners the right to veto mining.
The ALRA was the product of a compromise between the UFW, the Teamsters-growers alliance, and Governor Brown.
The well-known bans on the calling of the names of dead people which, inter alia, are respected during the hearing of ALRA and native title cases and are mentioned when television programmes depicting deceased Aboriginal people are screened.
In form and function, notes the ALRA, the EGA "is the planning, coordination and monitoring center for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of environmental grant money that flow from the grantmakers themselves directly to the recipients.
Jane Roe, campaign director of the ALRA, said: "We already know the Midlands is a problem area but we were surprised to find health authorities setting their own criteria.
Such was the case with the original adoption of the NLRA and, in California, of the ALRA.
The ALRA is an affiliate of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA), known as the Republican Wing of the Republican Party.
Finally she went to the drama school, ALRA and found she was an actor.
Both Middlesbrough born and bred, they studied at ALRA and LAMDA, respectively, for three years.