It is our hope that this study will help Pakistan to enable its educational system to provide effective education for its youth," said Azhar Hussain of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy in Washington , which also participated in the report.
What does ICRD stand for?
ICRD stands for International Center for Religion and Diplomacy
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We have 11 other meanings of ICRD in our Acronym Attic
- Infection Control Roll Dispenser (Richmond Dental Co.)
- Information and Community Relations Department (Makati, Philippines)
- Information and Community Relations Division (Hong Kong)
- Information Centre for Rare Diseases
- Institute for Child Rights and Development (University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
- Institute for Community Resource Development (Chicago, Illinois)
- Institute for CorTexT Research and Development
- Integrated Cassava Research and Development (Colombia)
- Integrated Coastal Resources Database
- Interface Control Requirements Document
- International Center for Research and Development
- International Center for Research on Development (Canada)
- International Committee for Relief and Development (China)
- International Conflict Resolution Discourse
- International Consumers' Rights Day
- International Convention on Racial Discrimination
- International Cooperation and Research Division (Japan)
- International Cooperative Research and Development
- Internetwork Call Redirection and Deflection
- Iredell County Recreation Department (North Carolina)
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But all that's behind him now as he engages in what is perhaps the major challenge of his life: at age 65, when many men retire, Johnston is the founder and President of the Washington DC based International Center for Religion and Diplomacy (ICRD).
Douglas Johnston, president and founder of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy in Washington, D.