The International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (IHFHR) accused Ceausescu of being the 'enemy of his own people' (1989, 1-66).
What does IHFHR stand for?
IHFHR stands for International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (Vienna, Austria)
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- International Home Furnishings Corp
- Institut Herrmann France-Europe (French: Herrmann France-Europe Institute)
- Integrated Health and Fitness Expo
- International Honor for Excellence (IBC)
- International Healthcare Facilities Exhibition & Conference
- Internationale Historische Familien-Forschung
- Indiana Health Facility Financing Authority (Indianapolis)
- International Humanitarian Fact Finding Commission
- Idaho Hunters Feeding the Hungry, Inc. (Lewiston, ID)
- Interfaith Houses for Habitat (Pennsylvania)
- Ice Hockey Federation of Israel
- Institut de Haute Finance (French: Institute of High Finance; est. 1972)
- International Health and Fitness Institute (est. 2000; Hong Kong)
- Investable Hedge Fund Indices
- International Hippocratic Foundation of Kos (Greece)
- IDBI (Industrial Development Bank of India) Home Finance Ltd. (est. 2000; India)
- Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd. (India)
- Instituto Homeopatico Francois Lamasson (Portuguese: Francois Lamasson Homeopathic Institute)
- International Housing Finance Limited
- Institute of High Fidelity Manufacturers
Samples in periodicals archive:
A Vienna court sentenced the 43-year-old former employee of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights to three years in prison, the Austria Press Agency reported.
The International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights warns the persecution of activists in Uzbekistan has worsened since May 2005 when security forces sprayed machine gun fire on unarmed demonstrators in Andijan.
A report by the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights has described government action against journalists in Kyrgyzstan as "Bolshevik-style tactics" reminiscent of Soviet rule.