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.
What does COIP stand for?
COIP stands for Council of Indigenous People (Taiwan)
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We have 8 other meanings of COIP in our Acronym Attic
- Corporate Information Superhighway (Telekom Malaysia)
- Sociedad Anónima de Consultoría e Ingeniería Técnica Industrial SA (Technical Industrial Engineering and Consulting Co., Argentina)
- Counter Intelligence Program
- Conflict of Interest Officer
- Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Program
- Caribbean Organisation of Indigenous People
- Centre Ontarien d'Information en Prévention (French: Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse)
- Communications Over Internet Protocol
- Community Outreach Intervention Projects (Chicago, IL)
- Conferencing Over Internet Protocol
- Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention (American Academy of Pediatrics)
- Collectors of Illinois Pottery and Stoneware
- Connection-Oriented Internetwork Packet Exchange (Novell)
- Center for Online Investigative Research (website)
- Command Operation and Information Request
- Continuity of Operations - Incident Response
- Coaching Operation Information System (India)
- Combat Operations Intelligence System
- Computer Operations and Information Services (University of California, Berkeley)
- Corporate Operations Information Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
Littlechild also travelled to Sweden in 1977 to a meeting of the annual Assembly of the World Council of Indigenous People, where it was agreed to promote large-scale Indigenous Games.
The National Council of Indigenous People (CNPI) was formed in 1975 to fight government land policies.
The World Council of Indigenous Peoples, the Inuit Circumpolar North Conference, the International Indian Treaty Council, and the Unrepresented Peoples Organization all seek removal of weapons and environmentally damaging activities from their territories, annually bringing new cases before relevant U.
Norm Casey, co-chair of the Anglican Council of Indigenous People (ACIP) and Canon Laverne Jacobs, former native ministries coordinator for General Synod.