ISLAMABAD -- The seminar on 'Rule of Law and Administration of Justice' was organized in Geneva by Islamic Human Rights Commission UK on situation of Indian Occupied territory.
What does IHRC stand for?
IHRC stands for Islamic Human Rights Commission (UK)
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We have 16 other meanings of IHRC in our Acronym Attic
- Iowa Highway Research Board (Iowa Department of Transportation; Ames, IA)
- Icelandic Human Rights Center (Reykjavik, Iceland)
- Immigration History Research Center
- Independent Human Rights Commission
- Indian Human Resource Center
- Indiana Horse Racing Commission
- International Human Rights Clinic (various universities)
- International Human Rights Council (various locations)
- International Hurricane Research Center
- Iranian Human Rights Consortium
- Institutional and Human Resource Capacity Building
- Institute for Human Rights and Development (various locations)
- Institute of Human Resources Development (India)
- International Harm Reduction Development
- International Human Rights Day
- Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (Gambia)
- Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre (Tanzania)
- International Human Resources Development Corporation (est. 1969; various locations)
- International Human Resource Development Institute
- Indigenous Health Research Development Program (Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
They complained that the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), which organises the event in London, posted anti-Israel comments on its website.
British tabloid The Daily Mail reported in 2006 that the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission said the Olympics timing was insensitive while Turkey, Egypt and Morocco lobbied for it to be rescheduled.
Massoud Shadjareh, chairman of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, added it was clear that some ethnic groups were still being disproportionately targeted and that the powers were "irrelevant and useless, as well as a waste of money and resources".
Meanwhile, Islamic Human Rights Commission trial observer Abed Choudhury issued a statement last night questioning the evidence against the men and confirming the use of tear gas to disperse protesters.
But the Islamic Human Rights Commission said: "Muslims will further lose faith in the system.