The event has been organised between the Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre (CRMC) and the Coventry Multi-faith Forum.
What does MFF stand for?
MFF stands for Multi-Faith Forum (various locations)
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- Milken Family Foundation (Santa Monica, CA)
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- Mountain Film Festival (various locations)
- Mozilla Firefox
- Music for Films (Brian Eno album)
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- My Football Forum (UK)
- Myanmar Fisheries Federation
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- Mansfield Firefighters Association
- Marble Falls Faith Academy
- Marks Field Football Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
It also urged Birmingham City Council to form a multi-faith forum to promote the needs of different cultural and religious heritage groups.
RHODRI Morgan has claimed Wales is diverse and tolerant, partly as a result of a multi-faith forum he set up after 9/11.
Harry Hall, chair of the Coventry Multi-faith Forum which organised the event, said: "The walk is now in its 16th year and grows in popularity as the religions come together to celebrate unity each year.
She is also a member of the city's multi-faith forum and a green badge tourist guide.
COVENTRY'S multi-faith forum has organised a peace walk through the city tomorrow.
The aim of the Coventry Multi-Faith Forum is to celebrate diversity and foster harmony between different communities by increasing knowledge and understanding of each other's ideal.
Organised by the Multi-Faith Forum as part of Coventry Peace Month, those taking part visited a church, a mosque, a Hindu temple and a Gurdwara Sikh temple.