NURC

AcronymDefinition
NURCNational Undersea Research Center (US NOAA)
NURCNational Unity and Reconciliation Commission (Rwanda)
NURCNational Underwater Robotics Challenge (est. 2007)
NURCNon-Unit-Related Cargo (US DoD)
NURCNational Undergraduate Research Clearinghouse
NURCNATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Undersea Research Centre (La Spezia, Italy)
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The NURC report aligns itself with both a humanist pedagogy and an ethical philosophy that are simple and moving.
The NURC, in their documentation, describe reconciliation as "a consensus practice of citizens who have common nationality, who share the same culture and have equal rights; citizens characterized by trust, tolerance, mutual respect, equality, complementary roles/ interdependence, truth, and healing of one another's wounds inflicted by our history, with the objectives of laying a foundation for sustainable development" (NURC 2007: 6).
Further, 82% of survivors say they feel threatened during the process with insecurity voiced particularly by female survivors (NURC, 2008).
(237) Further training of female judges has been funded by NURC, UNIFEM and the Belgian Government.
Aquarius, an underwater habitat located near Key Largo, Florida, is owned by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and operated by the National Undersea Research Center (NURC) at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington as a marine biology study base.
NURC cites polygamy as "nurtur[ing] violence" against women, (237) and contributing to the "pauperization" of the Rwandan population because multiple wives and children must share a meager income.
Specifically, Ayot considers the establishment of the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC) in 1999 as one of the most important programs which the new government of Rwanda instituted in its attempt to deal with the challenging issues emanating from the rejection and violation of the humanistic moral code: Thou shall not kill.
--"Of the 12 Commissioners on the NURC, 9 are Tutsi, and there are 4 'returnees ';
The research is supported by the Romanian Education and Research Ministry, within the PN II, Ideas Grant, NURC (National University Research Council) code 1896/2008.
The Arusha Peace Accord (1993) had called for the creation of the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC), implemented by the Government of National Unity (No.
From the time of its inception in 1999, the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC) paid particular attention to issues pertaining to Rwandans, the civil society, efforts to bring the Rwandans of all walks of life together and the challenges posed by the prevailing poverty in the country.
Finally, the government has created the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC) to promote national unity by fostering national public debates" that cultivate mutual respect among different sectors and.