Cynthia Llewellyn, diocese of New Westminster, former member of the Primate's Fund committee and the Public Social Responsibility Unit, for twenty years secretary of the Aboriginal Rights Coalition.
What does ARC stand for?
ARC stands for Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Australia)
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- Army Budget Update Computer System
- Arbeitsbereich Unternehmenskommunikation (German: Workspace Corporate Communications; University of Hamburg)
- Annual Register of Book Values (rare book prices)
- Architects Registration Board of Victoria (Australia)
- Arbeitsverfassungsgesetz (Austrian Labour Constitution Act)
- Axial Ratio Bandwidth
- Arkansas River Basin Water Forum
- America's Roast Beef Yes Sir!
- Abnormal Retinal Correspondence (ophthalmology)
- Aboriginal Resource Consultants (Perth, NB, Canada)
- Academic Resource Center
- Academic Resource Coordinator
- Academy of Richmond County (Augusta, GA)
- Accelerating Rate Calorimetry
- Access Recovery Charge (telecommunications fee)
- Access to the Region's Core
- Accident Repair Centre (various locations)
- Accident Review Committee (various locations)
- Accounting Requirements Code
- Accounts Receivable Check
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His claims are backed by the Aboriginal Rights Coalition (ARC), a group of churches which includes the Catholic Church in Canada.
But that is how the Aboriginal Rights Coalition chose to show solidarity with our native neighbours, and that is why my friend and I wound up with dishtowels in our hands.
The 10 organizations, most of which were founded in the 1970s, include the Ecumenical Coalition for Economic Justice, which promotes economic equality in Canada and the Third World; the Aboriginal Rights Coalition, which focuses on land rights and resource development issues; and Ten Days for Global Justice, which is concerned with educating Canadians on Third World issues.
Former Grassy Narrows band councillor Mary Nelson was given credit by Dan Berman of the Aboriginal Rights Coalition in Ottawa for influencing the committee's decision with an eloquent presentation last November.
The petition campaign is being co-ordinated by the church-based Aboriginal Rights Coalition and CEJI.