LHR

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AcronymDefinition
LHRLove-Hate Relationship
LHRLahore (Pakistan)
LHRLaser Hair Removal
LHRLawyers for Human Rights
LHRLaw and History Review (journal)
LHRLeft Hand Reverse (door opening convention)
LHRLegal Health Record (patient information)
LHRLong Hollow Ranch (Oregon)
LHRLibrary Human Resources (various schools)
LHRLocal Holdings Record
LHRLeaf Hound Records (Japanese record label)
LHRLight Horse Regiment (various nations)
LHRLung-To-Head Ratio
LHRLondon, England, United Kingdom - Heathrow (Airport Code)
LHRLoyalty, Honor, and Respect (online gaming community)
LHRLeague for Human Rights
LHRLimited Home Repair (US FEMA)
LHRLow-Latency Hybrid Routing (communications protocol)
LHRLow Hop Rate (frequency hopping)
LHRLethal Heroes Regiment (gaming clan)
LHRLife History Recorder
LHRLocal Hit Ratio
LHRLinear Hybrid Receiver
LHRLight Hinge Remaining (philately)
LHRLoss History Report (insurance)
LHRLot History Record
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Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights is an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting dignity, liberty, and justice for all through educational outreach and legal scholarship.
1,024 people living with HIV in the provinces of Masvingo, Harare, Bulawayo and Manicaland were interviewed for a report commissioned by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights. Most of the respondents lived in urban areas and 89% had a family income of less than US$100 a month.
Senior lawyer Mordecai Mahlangu and Acting Director of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, Irene Petras, were amongst those subjected to such assaults.
Festival coordinator Karam Jeet Singh, of Lawyers for Human Rights, one of the fest's organizers, said the fest's goal is to show that film can be both socially relevant and entertaining.
PAKISTAN: A collaboration between UNICEF and Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid, says reported cases of abuse of Pakistani women totaled 3,296 in 2002, up from 2,917 in 2001.
Lawyers for human rights groups called the charges against him "some of the most serious allegations of crime ever to come before English criminal courts."
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between WDD and Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid (LHRLA) to provide legal, psychological, medical, and other rehabilitative services for the survivors of gender-based abuse.
"Hundreds of children went missing during the 2005 earthquake, and then during floods in Sindh," said Zia Ahmed Awan, president of Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid (LHRLA).
A human rights group called Lawyers for Human Rights has demanded that police protect foreigners against the threats and intimidation.
The Lawyers for Human Rights International ( LFHRI) said the boy was innocent and that the police could not substantiate their claim that he was an ISI agent.
Madadgar, Pakistan's first child helpline and protection service run by Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid, has collated data on abuse of women and children in Pakistan from research and newspaper reports.
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