CHRF

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CHRFCanadian Human Rights Foundation
CHRFChildren's Hunger Relief Fund
CHRFCivil Human Rights Front (Hong Kong)
CHRFCollaboration for Healthcare Renewal Foundation
CHRFChild Health Research Foundation (New Zealand)
CHRFChronic Hypercapnic Respiratory Failure
CHRFCommonwealth Human Rights Forum
CHRFchronic renal failure
CHRFCadillac Hot Rod Fabricators
CHRFCongressional Human Rights Foundation (Washington, DC)
CHRFCruising Handicap Racing Fleet
CHRFClub Handicap Racing Fleet (yachting)
CHRFCommonwealth Hansard Reporters Forum (Australia)
CHRFCanadian Housing Research Foundation
CHRFChin Human Rights Foundation
CHRFCanadian Hair Research Foundation
CHRFContrarian High-Risk Fund
CHRFCentral Hardwoods Region Forest
CHRFCommittee on Human Resources and Facilities
CHRFCollaboration for Healthcare Renewal Fund
CHRFChesapeake Human Resources Foundation
CHRFClitherow House Refurbishment Fund (UK)
CHRFChild Health Research Fund
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"Of course, we might seek help from the other countries, we might also go the United Nations, the European Union, we might go to other countries," Wong Yik-mo, CHRF vice convener, said, Sputnik reported.
VP Sarathy, Chairman, CHRF said, aACoeThe father gave us a complaint.
(8) The Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF) a coalition of more than 40 non-governmental groups (NGOs) in Hong Kong, was formed on September 13, 2002, "aiming at providing"a platform for joining solidarity efforts together pushing forward movements on the promotion of human rights and the development of civil society.
In a section of the report titled, "Promotion of Intolerance by the Media and Intellectuals," the Canadian Human Rights Foundation (CHRF) is quoted as finding that the media "consistently confuse 'Arab' with 'Muslim' and make outrageous categorizations and generalizations while neglecting differences.
In a letter to the rally organisers the Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF), police said they feared some participants would commit "violent and destructive acts".
In a letter to rally organisers the Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF), police said they feared some participants would commit "violent and destructive acts".