HSRC


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HSRC

abbreviation for
(Sociology) Human Sciences Research Council
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According to the HSRC the national study will focus on a diverse sample of companies in both private and public sector, drawn from different sectors of the economy.
The information and comments of teachers on inter alia syllabi, examination and textbooks which had been gathered by the HSRC as part of the Latin Project, had guided and influenced the Study Committee of the Cape Education Department in the design of a new syllabus for Latin.
Colonialism: According to the Executive Summary of the HSRC, "The prohibitions on colonialism and apartheid are rooted principally in the field of international human rights law" and in regard to Palestine and Colonialism, "Israel's annexation of East Jerusalem is manifestly an act based on colonial intent.
HSRC is a multi-disciplinary team of industry specialists representing expertise in the fields of homeland security engineering, intelligence, high-tech market analysis, airport security, and homeland security technologies' research and development.
However, true to the spirit of Es'kia Mphahlele's philosophy of Afrikan Humanism, the survival, transformative integration and multicultural self-constitution of all who live in South Africa today could benefit more if potential partners such as the Es'kia Institute and HSRC forged together and saw to fruition collaborative programmes.
Visiting HSRC fellow Judith Smith gave an international perspective on population health, with a comparative study of the different strategic models that operate in the United Kingdom, highlighting the divergent and political nature of the four countries' health policies.
We remain committed to expanding our commercial portfolio, but believe we have realized the full value of HSRC Properties," said Jonathan Moore, vice president of Value Companies.
Although HSRC held regional public hearings, their formality made them an intimidating forum for community groups, and they became a venue for hospital executives to present their case.
Atkinson, 28, lives in The Hague and attends the HSRC club where her coach is Liz Irving and trainer Jan-Willem Koopman.
The HSRC incorporates a linear roller conveyor, which transports the products to a Spectrum labelling unit.
The government, through the HSRC, wanted scarce health dollars spent on amalgamation, refurbishing and hospital expansion, rather than building a new facility.