HCHRHigh Commissioner for Human Rights (United Nations)
HCHRHelsinki Committee for Human Rights (est. 1995; Bosnia and Herzegovina)
HCHRHigh Control Heart Rate
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On this occasion, HM the King granted to Pillay the Alawite Wissam of Grand Officer rank in recognition of her strong commitment and very active role in the promotion and the defense of the human rights cause during her mandate as head of the HCHR, it said.
Speaking to Gulf News at the United Nations headquarters, Kirungi noted how the High Commission of Human Rights (HCHR) had started highlighting the issue in Saudi Arabia just about a year ago.
Summary: United Nations - Morocco's Ambassador to the UN, Mohamed Loulichki, hailed, here on Tuesday, the commitment of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (HCHR) to insure impartiality and avoid double standards in achieving its mission.
28 (Saba) - Minister of Human Rights Alia Faisal Abdullatif on Monday discussed with Resident Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (HCHR) in Yemen, Dr.
He also drew attention of the audience to the report and recommendations made by the Office of UN HCHR in June 2018 on Jammu and Kashmir that had shaken the delusion of India.
Further, given that both the HCHR's report (A/ HRC/30/ 61) and the Report on the OHCHR investigation on Sri Lanka (OISL) (A/HRC/30/SRP.2) recognizes that the report represents a 'human rights investigation' and not a 'criminal investigation', emphasizing excessively on the criminal justice aspects, makes the resolution imbalanced.
The training programme is part of a co-operation project between the Interior Ministry, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (HCHR), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF).
The HCHR, he added, has also prepared a number of economic laws and