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What does CIHRS stand for?

CIHRS stands for Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies


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Holt McCallany at the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (Photo by: Thoraia Abou Bakr) On Monday, American actor Holt McCallany came to Cairo.
| GENEVA, Oct 4 (KUNA) - - The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a joint programme of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) and the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) fear for the safety and security of human rights lawyer Khalil Maatouk following his arrest in the morning of October 2.
The global campaign - We Choose Peace - is backed by over 150 organisations including the African Council of Religious Leaders, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, the Enough Project, FIDH, IKV Pax Christi, the Norwegian Refugee Council, Refugees International, Reporters Without Borders and Secours Catholique and marks the 1st anniversary of independence of South Sudan.
I was invited by the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies to attend the conference, but when I arrived at the airport I was informed that I couldn't get on the plane," said the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights member.
This will hijack the organizations' free will and subjugate it to the will of the government," said Bahey el-Din Hassan of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies and a signatory of the statement.
The report by the independent Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies surveyed 12 countries and said that most of them repressed human rights activists, press freedoms and discriminated against religious minorities.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) issued a press release on 17 December expressing "great concern," saying it was "unfortunate that the debate raised during the crisis was restricted to a doctrinal prosecution of Baha'ism [sic], while totally overlooking the core of the issue, namely, the right of each citizen to embrace the religion or beliefs of his own free choice without being discriminated against by any authority in society.