HRIAHot Rod Industry Alliance (Specialty Equipment Market Association)
HRIAHuman Rights Impact Assessment
HRIAHuman Rights International Alliance
HRIAHorticulture Research International Association
HRIAHampton Roads Internet Association (Virginia)
HRIAHigh Resolution Image Analysis (medical technology)
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According to HRIA tool, the economic sanctions against Iran have had a significant humanitarian effect; therefore they should be reconsidered.
According to the results of HRIA, economic sanctions against Iran have resulted in violation of Iranians' right to health.
HRIAs are based on legal framework of human rights and promote accountability which is one of the key contributions of a human rights perspective.
The African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) seeks to promote the use of Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIAs) by stakeholders as a means of assessing a company's performance.
Assistance with site searches has come from a computer model devised by archaeologist Brian Ronaghan and assembled partly using his own contract HRIA findings from oil sands leases.
Another matched a southern plains type from between 10,000 and 9,500 years ago, which was found during an HRIA for Shell Canada.
But for over three decades of HRIA investigations, the source of that Beaver River sandstone had eluded archaeologists--until, that is, a company called Birch Mountain Resources commissioned an assessment so it could exploit a limestone deposit on the east side of the Muskeg River.
(131) Today's best practices in the extractive industries prescribe that this political choice include local and possibly dissenting voices through the implementation of fair and efficient Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIAs), each of which are imbued with democratic values and require active public participation.