JVP

JVP may stand for:

  • Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna, People's Liberation Front, a Sri Lankan Socialist Party.
  • Jerusalem Venture Partners, an Israeli-American media venture capital.
  • Jewish Voice for Peace, an American advocacy organization concerned with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • João Vieira Pinto, a Portuguese football player.
  • Johnson Voorsanger Productions, also known as ToeJam & Earl Productions.
  • Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, a scientific journal.
  • Jugular venous pressure, an important marker elicited during clinical examination to assess right heart function.

Other articles related to "jvp":

Society Of Vertebrate Paleontology - Publications
... The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (JVP) is the society's flagship publication ... JVP was founded in 1980 at the University of Oklahoma and continued in 1984 by SVP ... JVP contains original contributions on all aspects of the vertebrate paleontology including vertebrate origins, evolution, functional morphology, taxonomy, biostratigraphy, paleoecology ...
Jewish Voice For Peace
... Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) (קול יהודי לשלום Kol Yehudi la-Shalom) is a United States Jewish organization which describes itself as "a diverse and democratic community of activists inspired by Jewish ... In June 2010, JVP launched a divestment campaign to get the pension fund TIAA-CREF to stop investing in companies that profit from the Israeli occupation ... JVP was formed in September, 1996 by Julia Caplan, Julie Iny, and Rachel Eisner ...
Sooriyakanda Mass Grave - Background
... was a marked shift in the ideology and goals of the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) party in Sri Lanka ... It was an offshoot of the JVP ... The JVP seriously misjudged its own strength when, through the DJV, it called for the killing of members of the families of army personnel ...
Allegations Of State Terrorism By Sri Lanka - History - 20th Century - Marxist Insurrection
... See also 1987-89 JVP Insurrection (Sri Lanka) and Sooriyakanda mass grave From 1985 to 1989, Sri Lanka responded to violent insurrection with equal violence against the Sinhalese majority as part of ... In order to subdue those supporting the JVP uprising, a wide range of acts of cruelty were recorded as having been carried out by the state, including the torture and mass murder of school children ...