The Politics of Human Rights in Southeast Asia

By Philip J. Eldridge | Go to book overview

Abbreviations

ABIM

Movement in Defence of Malaysian Islam (Angkatan Bela Islam Malaysia)

ABRI

Armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia (Angkatan Bersenjata Republik Indonesia)

ACCI

Australian Chambers of Commerce and Industry

ACFOA

Australian Council for Overseas Aid

ACTU

Australian Council of Trade Unions

ADF

Australian Defence Forces

AFHRO

Australian Forum of Human Rights Organisations

AFTA

ASEAN Free Trade Area

AHRC

Asian Human Rights Commission

AJI

Independent Journalists' Alliance (Alliansi Jurnalis Independen) (Indonesia)

AMDA

Association of Medical Doctors of Asia

ANCP

AusAID-NGO Cooperation Program

ANZ

Australia and New Zealand

APEC

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

APFNHRI

Asia-Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions

APHR-FT

Asia Pacific Human Rights (NGOs) Facilitating Team

ARF ASEAN

Regional Forum

ARMM

Autonomous Region of Moslem Mindanao

ASEAN

Association of Southeast Asian Nations

ASEM

Asia-Europe Meeting

ASIET

Action for Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor (Australia)

AusAID

Australian Agency for International Development

AWAM

All Women's Action Society of Malaysia

BA

Alternative Front (Barisan Alternatif) (Malaysia)

BAPPENAS

National Planning Board (Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional) (Indonesia)

BDLP

Buddhist Liberal Democratic Party (Thailand)

BN

National Front (Barisan Nasional) (Malaysia)

BSPP

Burma Socialist Programme Party

CAA

Community Aid Abroad

CAP

Consumers' Association of Penang

CAT

Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatments or Punishments

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