LCHR

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LCHRLawyers Committee for Human Rights
LCHRLand Center for Human Rights (Canada)
LCHRLauncher
LCHRLouisiana Commission on Human Rights
LCHRLeadership Council for Human Rights (Washington, DC)
LCHRLithuanian Centre for Human Rights
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According to the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (1998: EV2), "expedited removal was unnecessary in the first place, because it was meant to address a problem that did not exist.
(1) See LAWYERS COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, ZIMBABWE: WAGES OF WAR 17 (1986) [hereinafter WAGES OF WAR].
For example, its chairman and CEO, Scott Greathead, is a lawyer and member of the board of directors of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, which he co-founded in 1978.
(1.) Issued 24 April 1992; quoted in Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Beset by Contradictions (New York: 1996), 24.
The New York Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (LCHR) represented the plaintiffs in the suit.
Human Rights Watch, the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, and the
Ntakirutimana is the first person that the US has been asked to surrender to an International Criminal Tribunal," said Michael Posner, executive director of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, a civil-rights advocacy group.
The families, assisted by the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, have now taken matters into their own hands by filing a federal wrongful death lawsuit against Casanova and Garcia under the Torture Victim Protection Act.
Amnesty International (AI), Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Human Rights in China (HRIC), Human Rights Watch (HRW), Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, PEN, and Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) have created a "Human Rights Gopher" - a series of menus simplifying access to Internet resources and designed to provide up-to-date information for journalists, academics, health professionals, or anyone with access to die Internet.
See Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and Americas Watch, El Salvador's Other Victims: The War on the Displaced (1984) pp.
(5.) Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (LCHR): ("Lawyer-to-Lawyer Network" appeals), 330 Seventh Ave., Suite 10N, New York, NY, 10001, USA.
from Swarthmore College in 1985, and after that worked at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights in New York as a writer, editor, and coordinator of legal and international projects.