The more serious instances involved users being blocked from such sites as those of the former Illinois Federation for Human Rights (now Equality Illinois), the National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law, and a United Nations report on HIV/AIDS.
What does IFHR stand for?
IFHR stands for Illinois Federation for Human Rights (Chicago, IL)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of IFHR
- International Fitness and Health Organisation (Sweden)
- International Football Hall of Fame
- International Federation of Hard of Hearing People
- International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People
- Interface Holding
- Interim Federal Health Program (Service Canada)
- International Federation for Housing and Planning
- International Federation of Health Plans (est. 1968)
- Interstitial Fluid Hydrostatic Pressure (physiology)
- Inbound Free Head Pointer Register (microprocessor coding)
- International Federation of Human Rights
- Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre (Tanzania)
- International Federation of Human Rights Leagues
- International Federation of Health Records Organizations
- Idaho Falls High School (Idaho Falls, ID)
- Idrottsfolkhögskola (Sweden)
- International Folk Harp Society
- International Food Hospitality Show (trade show)
- Iowa Falls Historical Society (Iowa Falls, IA)
- Irish Family History Society (est. 1984; Kildare, Ireland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rick Garcia Rick Garcia, founder and director of the Illinois Federation for Human Rights, has been dubbed the "go-to guy on gay issues in Illinois," His primary job is to promote pro-gay legislation and organize support for sexual minorities, A member of the Governor's Commission on Discrimination and Hate Crimes, Garcia has been pushing hard for a gay and lesbian civil rights bill, which would prohibit discrimination according to sexual orientation in employment and housing, For Garcia, there is no other choice: "In the words of Martin Luther King, `Here I stand, and I can do no other,'" Richard Socarides Is Richard Socarides the White House's "undercover activist"?