Byline: BY RICHARD DOWN Daily Post Staff CHURCH leaders will be urged to back a campaign against homophobia after Merseyside teenager Michael Causer was allegedly killed for being gay.
What does CAH stand for?
CAH stands for Campaign against Homophobia (various locations)
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We have 140 other meanings of CAH in our Acronym Attic
- Computer Aided Graphical Technology Applications
- Cambridge Area Golf Union (UK)
- Computer-Aided Generation of User Interfaces
- Coalition Against Gun Violence
- Connecticut Against Gun Violence
- Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming (climate change)
- Citizens Against Government Waste
- Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington (Washington, DC)
- California Age Group Wrestling Association
- Cambridge Ancient History
- Campaign for Affordable Housing (Los Angeles, CA)
- Canadian Association for Health
- Capture and Hold
- Carbonic Anhydrase
- Cards against Humanity (game)
- Center for Arts and History (Lewis-Clark State College; Lewiston, ID)
- Center for the Advancement of Health
- Centre Aquitain de l'Habitat (French: Aquitaine Housing Center; home rehabilitation company; Canéjan, Aquitaine, France)
- Centre d'Animation Historique (French: Animation History Center; Port-Louis, France)
- Centre on Aging and Health
Samples in periodicals archive:
Because there has been suffering in our family, I can honestly, positively, willingly, and with enthusiasm campaign against homophobia.
While Warsaw features gay dance clubs and a countercultural art scene, Robert Biedron, the Polish leader of the Campaign Against Homophobia, is not overly optimistic: "At first I thought that I can make progress.
Sharpton, 51, a father of two, was starting his new campaign against homophobia, particularly among African-Americans.
Last year in Krakow, Poland's largest gay group, the Campaign Against Homophobia, staged its March for Tolerance, the first such march in the city.
While coming out and visibility are at the core of any effective campaign against homophobia, there must be new and surprising ways to accomplish these things.
The first gay casualty was the Campaign Against Homophobia, a Serb project mainly funded by philanthropist George Soros, halted when the Soros Foundations Network stopped payments amid the conflict.