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What does VOP stand for?
VOP stands for Voice of People
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of VOP
We have 46 other meanings of VOP in our Acronym Attic
- Very Old Pale (High Quality Brandy)
- Very Old People
- Victims Of Pleasure (band)
- Video Object Plane
- Violate Order of Protection (criminal justice)
- Violation of Parole
- Violation of Probation
- Virginia Organizing Project (Charlottesville, VA)
- Viscous Oil Pump
- Voice of Peace
Samples in periodicals archive:
We are bringing the voice of people from South Africa and the world to say to those inside the negotiating rooms that that they have to actually take serious decisions on climate change," said South African Lubna Nadri of the group Women in Action.
The Dead Kennedys' sentiments were more obviously socialist: although the workers in At My Job chant "I'm so happy", it's in the mechanical voice of people who have had the life crushed out of them.
Tank's top-secret blue-ribbon panel of experts heard the overwhelming voice of people and named John The Man.
The voice of people seeking justice was marred by violence which unfortunately left several dead and wounded and hundreds arrested," they said.
The voice of people with learning disabilities is unlikely to be heard in tomorrow's local elections, according to learning disability charity United Response, whose research suggests that fewer people with learning disabilities may be voting than previous government figures have suggested.
``We will be proactive in pushing for solutions and will provide focus for the collective voice of people who merely want their legal system to do what is right,'' said Goldman, who is also a producer of the special.
The method is explained in his new book, The Voice of People, published by Yale University Press.