NHRAP

AcronymDefinition
NHRAPNational Human Rights Action Plan (United Nations Development Programme)
NHRAPNational Home Retention Advocacy Program (Midvale, UT)
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In the NHRAP, Putrajaya said OIC members may adhere to their own interpretations of human rights based on CDHRI's Article 25 that states: 'The Islamic Shariah is the only source of reference for the explanation or clarification of any of the articles of this Declaration.'
Last week, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak launched the NHRAP, which was called a 'living document' to map Malaysia's human rights commitment.
Walters said that the launch of the first NHRAP is scheduled for 10 December 2014.
With the results of the baseline study, the Office of the Ombudsman produced the NHRAP development draft, which is a guideline for the actual Action Plan and will become the policy document for government to follow.
However, the Information Office of the State Council, China's cabinet - the body that drew up the NHRAP in April 2009, maintained silence over requests for comment on its implementation.
Najib today launched the NHRAP, which was called a 'living document' to map Malaysia's human rights commitment.
The GoSL's reply in December 2012 was to emphasize that, since the implementation of the NPoA and the NHRAP, are continuously evolving national processes which were being monitored, in order to arrive at a considered opinion on the progress of human rights related issues, that there is no substitute for experiencing, at first hand, the ground situation.
The Government will engage with stakeholders in connection with the implementation of the National Plan of Action for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (NHRAP - 2012 to 2016).
The NHRAP was conceived of as part of Sri Lanka's participation in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process before the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2008.
Denmark appreciated the NHRAP and the LLRC Action Plan, and was concerned over reports of impunity for perpetrators of serious human rights violations in Sri Lanka, which has not yet implemented previously accepted UPR recommendations, including on extrajudicial killings and torture.
The chief positive that we can draw from that engagement in 2008 was the formulation of the National Action Plan for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (NHRAP).