MCHR


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AcronymDefinition
MCHRMaryland Commission on Human Relations
MCHRMissouri Commission on Human Rights (Jefferson City, MO)
MCHRMedical Committee for Human Rights (est. 1964)
MCHRMelanin-Concentrating Hormone Receptor (biomedicine)
MCHRMichigan Coalition for Human Rights (Detroit, MI)
MCHRModule, Cylinder, Head and Record (IBM)
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See administrative box 4, Executive Minutes folder 1, MCHR.
5 folder; box 12, Legislation 1974/ Tenants Bill of Rights folder, all in MCHR.
The data from the ICRT and the MCHR support the conclusion that sexual torture of men was a regular, unexceptional component of violence in wartime Croatia, not a rare occurrence.
The refugees and displaced persons interviewed by MCHR were a marginalised population who by nature were vulnerable to torture.
16) In the East Liberty-Garfield neighborhood, for instance, the MCHR served as an umbrella group for a dozen OEO-funded programs.
Richter, 51, founded her own consulting firm, MCHR Consulting, in 2005.
The MCHR called on all humanitarian institutions and organisations in Qatar and abroad to assume their role and follow up on their situation, stressing that all organisations are responsible should any one of them is under danger.
2000) ("To initiate a claim under the MHRA a party must timely file an administrative complaint with MCHR [Missouri Commission on Human Rights] and either adjudicate the claim through the MCHR or obtain a right-to-sue letter.