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What does HURINET stand for?

HURINET stands for Human Rights Network (various locations)

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  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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EMHRN: Human rights, in particular gender equality and the draft NGO law were addressed during the meeting between Ashton and Morsi during her latest visit to Cairo (AFP Photo) The current non-governmental organisation (NGO) draft law should be repealed, said the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) on Thursday.
Abdul Rahman Hotaki, the chairman of the Afghan Organisation for Human Rights and Environmental Protection (AOHREP), Naeem Nazari, the head of Afghan Civil Society Human Rights Network (CSHRN), Latif Nazari, a teacher at Kabul University and Mehbooba Siraj, the Afghan Women's Rights and Civil Society Organisation chief, participated in the round-table.
Over the past years, Iraq has worked to build a strong human rights network and started a strategy to minimize poverty, help women to develop their status, countering violence and combating unemployment," he noted.
The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN), the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM), the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and Migreurop-Frontline Defenders sent representatives to attend the trial and hold meetings with relevant officials.
Summary: Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) and its member organisations in Algeria - the Action Group of Families of the Disappeared in Algeria (Collectif des Familles de Disparus en Algerie, CFDA) and the Algerian Human Rights League (Ligue Algerienne pour la defense des droits de l'Homme, LADDH) - believe that the proposed legislation on associations does not guarantee the rights of Algerian associations as set out in the international treaties ratified by Algeria, recalling that under the Algerian Constitution, these treaties have precedence over national legislation.