HREA

AcronymDefinition
HREAHuman Rights Education Associates
HREAHungarian Real Estate Association (est. 1991)
HREAHampton Roads Eye Associates (Newport News, VA)
HREAHepburn Renewable Energy Association (Australia)
HREAHealth and Research Employees' Association of NSW
HREAHuman Resources Exchange Association (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
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Founder of HREA, Mrs Erefa Fynecontry-Coker says #TSC2018 is an event where participant 'can come to learn from and be inspired by CEOs, innovators and thinkers, carefully handpicked from the third sector industry, to deliver a blend of impactful content that will dot the 'I's, cross the t's and refresh our approach to voluntary and community-based initiatives.'
HREA is working with a number of other groups to support the World Program for Human Rights education announced by the UN Commission on Human Rights.
HREA, the only electric cooperative headquartered in West Virginia, is a small cooperative with about 6,000 members.
The wind park proposed by the Hepburn Renewable Energy Association (HREA) will consist of 2x2MW wind turbines, enough to power 2,500 homes, approximately the entire local Daylesford/Hepburn Springs region.
Following the meeting, Bernard and colleagues formed the Hepburn Renewable Energy Association (HREA) with the aim of establishing a small-scale wind park to provide power for the Hepburn Springs/Daylesford region.
Otro aspecto novedoso del Programa Mundial, no tanto porque de algun modo no se hubiera mencionado en el Decenio sino por la precision que el Programa Mundial apunta, es la posibilidad de dotar recursos a programas que tiendan al desarrollo de competencias y a la creacion de redes de expertos y de docentes (HREA, 24 de mayo de 2004).
Al mismo tiempo se promoveran actividades extra-escolares que impliquen a los escolares (HREA, 24 de mayo de 2004).
RELEGAT I ON - t hrea t ened Llanishen and Caerphilly secured a welcome point from an exciting 4-4 draw against Gerrard Hockey League North Division Two rivals Leominster.
Without underestimating the ethical opposition formulated by those opposed to in vitro creation of human embryos for therapeutic purposes, it was indicated that the regulatory framework that has been in place for 10 years and the authorisations under the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HREA) that had permitted research on embryos of less than 14 days, could also provide a model to further increase knowledge about the development of embryos, and now, production of cloned human embryos by nuclear substitution into egg cells as well as stem cell research using cells derived from the embryos.
The instrument used in this survey study was the Human Rights Education Attitude Scale (HREAS), originally developed by Kepenekci (1999).
In this study, it was also assumed that there are no different effects of the instructor's teaching styles on the prospective teachers since both groups received the course from the same instructor, and the responses of the prospective teachers on the HREAS reflects their own opinions.
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