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FFF, noun

In historical contexts. Initial letters of Five Freedoms Forum, an organization established in the 1980s to monitor the abuse of civil rights. Also attributive.
1987 New Nation 11 June 7The last state of emergency was ‘a year of despair’ and the worst assault on democracy South Africa has faced, say the Five Freedoms Forum (FFF)...The FFF singled out the campaign against the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) as being particularly ominous.
1990 Weekend Post 29 Sept. 1FFF members who were spied on served notices of intention to sue city council officials on the grounds of invasion of privacy.
Initial letters of Five Freedoms Forum, an organization established in the 1980s to monitor the abuse of civil rights. Also attributive.

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