This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other meanings of IFHR
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is organised by International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) and Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), said an HRCP communique here on Tuesday.
At least 80 people have died since the start of the unrest in February 2011, according to the International Federation of Human Rights.
The International Federation of Human Rights, FIDH, in its reaction said that in the EU "economic interests often take precedence over ethical considerations - for example, the inability of the EU to pursue a strong policy on human rights in China and the weakness of its position on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the lack of imagination on its policy towards the Arab region following the Arab revolutions.
CAIRO: The International Federation of Human Rights called for investigating Israeli war crimes committed during its 23-day offensive on the Gaza Strip, Tanya Ward, the federation's vice president said Tuesday.
The BCHR and the BSHR have both signed an open letter penned by the International Federation of Human Rights, which is addressed to leaders of the Arab League and the African Union.
In the December 2005 report End of Life: The Human Cost of Breaking Ships, Greenpeace and the international Federation of Human Rights Leagues estimated that the number of accidental deaths in ship-breaking yards of Alang in India and Chittagong in Bangladesh could exceed 100 every year.
It's a great victory for Iran, for human rights militants in Iran, for Iranian democrats in Iran,' said Ebadi's decades-old friend, Karim Lahidji, president in exile of the Iranian League for Human Rights and vice president of the Paris-based International Federation of Human Rights Leagues.
They will be dressed as civilians to ambush coalition troops, claims the International Federation of Human Rights.