COIP

(redirected from Council of Indigenous People)
AcronymDefinition
COIPCommunication over Ip
COIPCordless over Ip
COIPConference over Ip
COIPCanada-Ontario Infrastructure Program
COIPCentre Ontarien d'Information en Prévention (French: Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse)
COIPCommunications Over Internet Protocol
COIPCommunity Outreach Intervention Projects (Chicago, IL)
COIPConferencing Over Internet Protocol
COIPCouncil of Indigenous People (Taiwan)
COIPCaribbean Organisation of Indigenous People
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(52) Samnakngan chon phao phuen mueang haeng prathet Thai, 'Council of Indigenous People of Thailand Act', p.
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.
Bureau of Cultural Park, Council of Indigenous people, Executive Yuan www.tacp.gov.tw/ENGLISH/HOME.htm www.tacp.gov.tw/ENGLISH/ART/FMART.HTM This site offers information on aboriginal art and culture.
Internationally, Daniels headed up a Canadian delegation to the Fourth Russell International Tribunal and was director of the World Council of Indigenous People.
The National Council of Indigenous People (CNPI) was formed in 1975 to fight government land policies.
Taiwan Railways Administration and Council of Indigenous people have launched an indigenous culture-themed train to mark Indigenous Day on Thursday (Aug.
The trip of the 10 young Maori and their chaperones is also being supported by Taiwan's Council of Indigenous People, which will take care of all the transportation and accommodation in Taiwan.
The Council of Indigenous People and seven Taiwanese universities will collaborate in the creation of indigenous language centers to train teachers of Taiwan's indigenous languages, with the goal of training 210 language teachers, reported CNA.
Attendees included Icyang Parod, minister of the Cabinet-level Council of Indigenous Peoples, as well as representatives from Taiwan's 16 officially recognized tribes.
I am also thankful for the invitation of the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop and the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples to be a guest of four Sacred Circles: 2009 in Port Elgin, Ont., 2012 in Pinawa, Man., 2015 in Port Elgin and 2018 in Prince George, B.C.
LAST week Taiwan's Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) signed an agreement with the Pacific Island state of the Marshall Islands aimed at increasing bilateral exchanges in order to promote Austronesian culture.
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