According to Minority Rights Group International (MRGI), prior to the Communist takeover of the country in 1944, Turks in Bulgaria lived largely separate lives 6 with their own schools and court systems -- leaving many unable to speak the Bulgarian language.
What does MRG stand for?
MRG stands for Minority Rights Group International
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We have 97 other meanings of MRG in our Acronym Attic
- Material Review Group
- Mechanical Rubber Goods
- Medical Reform Group
- Medium Range aircraft
- Message Routing Guides
- Messaging, Realtime and Grid (Red Hat)
- Metal Reinforced Gasket
- Mietrechtgesetz (German: Tenancy Act)
- Minimum Revenue Guarantee
- Monitoring and Reporting Guidelines (environment; EU)
- Mountain Rescue Group
- Mouvement des Radicaux de Gauche (French: Left Radical Movement)
- Movement Requirements Generator
- Movimiento de Resistencia Global (antiglobalization movement)
- Multiple Range Gate
- Murmurs, Rubs, or Gallops (cardiac assessment)
- Music Research Group
- Market Research Global Alliance
- Missouri Riverboat Gaming Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
They "are being subjected to a previously unreported pattern of gross human rights violations including summary executions, reported beheadings and rape," said Minority Rights Group International (MRG) in a report.
LONDON: Religious intolerance is "the new racism" and one of the main causes of persecution of minorities across the world, according to the annual Minority Rights Group International report published Thursday.
We recently went to Strasbourg to find out from groups such as Minority Rights Group International whether the government was fulfilling their obligations, and they are not,' said Cymuned's Aran Jones.
The report was jointly produced by the Centre for Minority Rights in Development (CEMIRIDE) in Nairobi, and Minority Rights Group International (MRG).
According to Minority Rights Group International, more than 95 percent of the scheduled tribes in India still live in rural areas 6 and less than 10 percent work as itinerant hunter-gatherers, while more than half depend on forest produce for their survival.