|Socialist Forces Front|
French: Front des Forces socialistes
Arabic: جبهة القوى الاشتراكية
Taqbaylit: Tirni Iɣallen Inemlayen
|File:Socialist Forces Front logo.png|
|Leader||Hocine Ait Ahmed|
|Headquarters||Algiers, Algiers Province, Algeria|
|International affiliation||Socialist International|
The Socialist Forces Front (French: Front des Forces socialistes, FFS) (Arabic: جبهة القوى الاشتراكية), (Taqbaylit: Tirni Iɣallen Inemlayen), is a social democratic and secularist, political party in Algeria. It was formed in 1963 by Hocine Ait Ahmed. The FFS is a member of the Socialist International.
- Berber people
- Politics of Algeria
- Rally for Culture and Democracy (RCD).
- Arouch Movement - A political organization modelled on traditional berber village councils.