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What does CIP stand for?

CIP stands for Council of Indigenous Peoples (Taiwan)

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Particular attention was given to proposed procedures for the election of the national Anglican indigenous bishop and determining membership for the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples and the triennial gathering of Sacred Circle.
The Council of Indigenous Peoples, a ministry-level body in Taiwan , has sent these young people to learn about aboriginal-run tourism from Canadian indigenous communities to see what aspects of this flourishing trade can be duplicated back home.
NCKU President Michael Ming-Chiao Lai, Director Tai Hua of NCKU Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Deputy Minister Chiang-Yi Lin of Council of Indigenous Peoples, Executive Yuan, Director Li-Cheng Lu of National Museum of Taiwan History and Director Ing-Hai Pan of Graduate Institute of Anthropology at National Chi Nan University as well as more than one hundred Taiwanese and Japanese scholars and experts have attended the opening ceremony.
Saying that a "pastoral crisis" can no longer be ignored in indigenous communities struggling with suicide, poverty, addiction and other issues, the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP) has informed the Anglican Church of Canada that it will proceed with implementing a self-determining ministry at its own, more expedient pace.
A Gwich'in by birth, Hannah is a member of the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples, and I am always happy to see her and to hear her speak and pray.