Haggag Nael, the Arab Program for Human Rights Activists (APHRA) director said, "the same officers and generals that committed torture before the revolution are still controlling the ministry, with the same policies and behaviour.
What does APHRA stand for?
APHRA stands for Arab Program for Human Rights Activists (Cairo, Egypt)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 1 other meaning of APHRA in our Acronym Attic
- Alberta Perinatal Health Program (Alberta, Canada)
- Asia-Pacific Humanitarian Partnership
- Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris (Paris Hospitals, France)
- Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy
- Association of Pre-Health Professionals (Statesboro, GA)
- Association of Pre-Mixed Cement Producers of Puerto Rico (Spanish)
- Auxiliary Police Headquarters (New York Police Department; New York, NY)
- Annual Public Health Report (UK)
- Asia-Pacific Human Resources
- Audit Project-Hour Ratio (metric)
- Africa Population Health Research Center
- Asia Pacific Human Rights Network
- Asia-Pacific Heart Rhythm Society
- Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit
- Allen Park High School (Allen Park, MI)
- American Poultry Historical Society
- American Pseudo-obstruction and Hirschsprung's Disease Society
- Aransas Pass High School (Texas)
- Australian Pharmaceutical Healthcare Systems Pty Ltd (Mansfield, QLD, Australia)
- Australian Poll Hereford Society
Samples in periodicals archive:
____________________________________________________ Workshop on corruption The Arab Program for Human Rights Activists (APHRA) in collaboration with the Human Rights Information & Training Center in Yemen (HRITC), organizes in 20- 21 February 2010 in Flamenco Hotel - Zamalik- Cairo, a workshop entitled "Monitoring and Writing Corruption Reports" within the framework of APHRA's campaign Together against Corruption.
I'm happy and grateful for such news, because we are going through an exceptional moment in Egyptian history," said Haggag Nael, director of the Arab Program for Human Rights Activists (APHRA), and one of the four citizens claiming he was assaulted by the police.