COPE may refer to:

  • Cadena COPE, a Spanish private national radio
  • Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union, a Canadian labour union
  • Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics at Georgia Institute of Technology College of Sciences
  • Coalition of Progressive Electors, a municipal political party in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Committee on Publication Ethics, a nonprofit organization
  • Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Bill of 2006, aka the Barton/COPE Act (HR 5252
  • Congress of the People (South African political party), a political party formed in 2008 in South Africa
  • COPE (gene), a human gene that encodes the protein coatomer subunit epsilon
  • COPE (film), an 2007 psychological thriller/horror independent film
  • The Council of Pacific Education (COPE), a regional branch of Education International, the global federation of teachers' trade unions
  • Project COPE, a Boy Scouts of America program designed to develop a Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience

Famous quotes containing the word cope:

    Parents do not give up their children to strangers lightly. They wait in uncertain anticipation for an expression of awareness and interest in their children that is as genuine as their own. They are subject to ambivalent feelings of trust and competitiveness toward a teacher their child loves and to feelings of resentment and anger when their child suffers at her hands. They place high hopes in their children and struggle with themselves to cope with their children’s failures.
    Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century)

    A publisher is a specialised form of bank or building society, catering for customers who cannot cope with life and are therefore forced to write about it.
    Colin Haycraft (b. 1929)

    The modern world needs people with a complex identity who are intellectually autonomous and prepared to cope with uncertainty; who are able to tolerate ambiguity and not be driven by fear into a rigid, single-solution approach to problems, who are rational, foresightful and who look for facts; who can draw inferences and can control their behavior in the light of foreseen consequences, who are altruistic and enjoy doing for others, and who understand social forces and trends.
    Robert Havighurst (20th century)