Zhang Yaodong and Xu Wanxia died in mysterious circumstances, fellow activists from the Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) said.
What does CHRD stand for?
CHRD stands for Chinese Human Rights Defenders
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We have 11 other meanings of CHRD in our Acronym Attic
- Cultural Human Resources Council (Canada)
- Cypress Hills Regional College (Sasketchewan, Canada)
- Cherry Hill Regional Chamber of Commerce (Cherry Hill, NJ)
- Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education (St. Patrick's College; Ireland)
- Centre for Health Research in Criminal Justice (NSW, Australia)
- Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
- Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution
- Centre for Health Research and Development (India)
- Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (Kenya)
- Centre for Human Rights and Development (est. 1977; Colombo, Sri Lanka)
- Color High Resolution Display
- Counseling and Human Resource Development (South Dakota)
- Craven, Harrogate and Rural District Primary Care Trust (UK)
- Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (Cameroon)
- Centre Hospitalier Régional De Lanaudière (Canada)
- Centre for Human Resource Development and Training (Australia)
- Center for Human Rights Education
- Certified Human Resources Executive
- College of Human Resources and Education (Morgantown, WV)
- Construction, Housing and Real Estate
Samples in periodicals archive:
The non-profit Chinese Human Rights Defenders has found that the same problems existed less than six months ago, when it released a report on reproductive rights.
The Wuhan Intermediate People's Court in Hubei Province this week found Li guilty of ''subversion of state power,'' the Chinese Human Rights Defenders group and the Center for Human Rights and Democracy both said in separate statements, which indicated he intends to file an appeal.
Renee Xia of Chinese Human Rights Defenders, a network of activists, accepted the award at a ceremony Wednesday evening in New York on behalf of the imprisoned Liu.
Wang Rongqing, 65, was sentenced Wednesday by the Hangzhou City Intermediate People's Court in eastern China's Zhejiang Province, the Chinese Human Rights Defenders said on its website.
Amnesty International wants: An end to executions and to ensure fair trials for the accused Abolition of the Re-education Through Labour programme The release of Chinese human rights defenders and the go-ahead for them to carry out peaceful actions in accordance with international law Freedom from censorship, providing full media freedom to journalists, both foreign and domestic.
But the Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) network has said that they are already in custody.