That the travails of Hedegaard, who serves as president of the International Free Press Society and of Denmark's Free Press Society, has received almost no attention from America's mainstream media says something profoundly disturbing about how seriously we take threats to freedom across the West.
What does IFPS stand for?
IFPS stands for International Free Press Society (Fredriksberg, Denmark)
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We have 41 other meanings of IFPS in our Acronym Attic
- Initial Flight Plan Processing System
- Integrated Initial Flight Plan Processing System (EU)
- Intensive Family Preservation Services
- Interactive Financial Planning System
- Interactive Forecast Preparation System
- International Federation for Produce Standards (est. 2001)
- International Federation of Philosophical Societies
- International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies
- International Fluid Power Society
- International Forum of Psychoanalysis
- Intraformation Position/Traffic Collision Avoidance System
- Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Collective
- International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Management (Switzerland)
- Institute of Fish Processing Technology (University of the Philippines)
- International Finance Participation Trust (Canada)
- Invista Foundation Property Trust (UK)
- International Forest Products Transport Association (founded 1982, California)
- Institute for Fluid Power Transmission and Control (China)
- International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers (est. 1918; Washington, DC)
- Initial Flight Plan Processing Unit
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Hedegaard heads the Free Press Society in Denmark and its international offshoot, the International Free Press Society.
We don't know who is behind this attack on our site International Free Press Society, but if it's an attempt to sabotage the sale (of the pictures), this attempt has been a failure," Lars Hedegaard told AFP.