The Open Forum Davos, organised by the WEF and the Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches, will feature debates on the global financial crisis, the Middle East conflict and the right-to-die issue.
What does FSPC stand for?
FSPC stands for Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches
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We have 12 other meanings of FSPC in our Acronym Attic
- Food Security and Poverty Alleviation
- Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (religious order)
- Free State Pinball Association (Washington, DC)
- Fine Sun Pointing Attitude Anomaly Detection
- Fédération Sportive Francophone de la Police Belge (French: Francophone Belgian Police Sports Federation; Belgium)
- Field Service Pocket Book (series of WWII pamphlets for British officers and senior NCO's)
- Finite-Size Pencil Beam (radiology)
- Fire Safety Plan Box
- Fire Support Patrol Base (Vietnam)
- Food Safety Promotion Board (UK)
- Fédération Suisse des Producteurs de Céréales (French: Swiss Federation of Grain Producers; Switzerland)
- Financial Sector Policy Committee (Indonesia)
- Financial Systems Policy Council
- Fixed-Step Power Control
- Fleet Supply Policy Council
- Florida Suicide Prevention Coalition
- Ford Senior Players Championship (golf)
- Foundation For Sex Positive Culture (Seattle, WA)
- Full-Scale Production Contract
- Full-Scale Prototype Completion
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Rev Heinrich Rusterholz, President of the Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches, acknowledged his `feelings of immense shame, deep mourning and helpless anger about the fact that people were turned away at the border to certain death', just across the Lake of Geneva from Caux and Montreux.
This international and broadly ecumenical conference within the framework of the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum, held in Bern, Switzerland, co-hosted by the WCC with the Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches and the Reformed Churches Bern-Jura-Solothurn, was convened to help different parts of the body of Christ join together in the work of addressing biblical and theological issues in Christian discourse about the conflict in Palestine-Israel.