Another one asked about Israel's closed position on the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action and whether the Government would now consider rationalizing and reviewing its position on that declaration.
What does DDPA stand for?
DDPA stands for Durban Declaration and Programme of Action (UN declaration against racism)
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We have 4 other meanings of DDPA in our Acronym Attic
- Dynamic Drive Pool (computing)
- Dynamic Driver Provisioning (Microsoft)
- Deafness Dystonia Peptide 1
- Delta Dental Plan of Arkansas (insurance; also seen as DDPAR)
- Delta Dental Plans Association
- Desertification, Drought, Poverty and Agriculture (partnership)
- Det Danske Petroleums-Aktieselskab (Danish: The Danish-Petroleum Company)
- Developmental Disabilities Provider Association (Arkansas)
- Diffuseur Dynamique Professionnel d'Ambiance (French: Dynamic Professional Diffuser Channels)
- Doncaster Disabled Peoples Alliance (UK)
- Director, Defense Program Analysis & Evaluation
- Disinhibition-Dementia-Parkinsonism-Amyotrophy Complex
- Digital Disruptive Pattern (camouflage)
- Distributed Database Performance Analysis Tool
- Decision-to-Decision Path
- Design des Pays-Bas (French: Design of the Netherlands)
- DCSLOG Data Processing Center (US Army)
- Defense Demilitarization Program Course
- Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (New York State)
- Digital Data Processing Center (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The goals of the UN commemoration of the 2001 Durban Declaration and Programme of Action - which emerged from the UN's anti-Israel and anti-West "World Conference Against Racism" just days ahead of the 9/11 attacks that year - are closely connected to the Palestinian gambit scheduled for the day after.
Edna Poland from Brazil, a member of the Expert Group on the implementation of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action (DDPA), praised the very positive results of Durban 2001.