GNRD

AcronymDefinition
GNRDGood Neighbourly Relations Declaration (Singapore; British governmental policy)
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The GNRD maintains an office in the UAE, which has a history of cracking down on civil society groups operating in the country.
After this, GNRD said they had been unable to contact the pair.
In a statement on its website, the GNRD called the indicator "the most trustful and complete", saying it reflected live data.
(GNRD) announces the release of a full line of ADSL2/ 2+ products for use in deploying next-generation data, voice and video services over DSL.
Maat is the local host of the international observation mission in Egypt, including the COMESA delegation, Global Network for Rights and Development (GNRD), International Institute for Peace, and Justice and Human Rights (IIPJHR).
The conference was sponsored by the Global Network for Rights and Development (GNRD), in conjunction with the National Center for Human Rights and Democratic Development in Yemen.
"Joint committees from the signatories of the declaration as well as a team from the GNRD and the National Center for Human Rights and Democratic Development (NCHRDD) would be formed to follow up the implementation of what is stated in the declaration," he added.
Upadhyaya, a passionate human rights enthusiast, is an employee at the Global Network for Rights and Development (GNRD) and both his employers and family contacted the British embassy in Doha who were unable to provide any information on the missing men.
Goodwill Ambassador to the UN organization GNRD Lebanese singer Carole Samaha went on an official mission to visit one of the orphanages in Lebanon.
The United Arab Emirates has emerged first among Arab countries, and 14th globally, in terms of respect for human rights, scoring 71.15 percent on the International Human Rights Rank Indicator (IHRRI) issued Thursday by the Switzerland-based Global Network for Rights and Development (GNRD).