Arabian Societies in london

Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre

Al-Hasaniya serves the needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families in London – primarily Kensington and Chelsea residents, but with some pan-London projects – providing support for health, welfare, education and cultural activities. With over 30 years of experience, Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre is here to help. Read more ...

Algeria British Business Council

ABBC provide bespoke business intelligence and advice from expert, professional teams to address the specific needs of your business. Read more ...

Anglo-Omani Society

The Anglo-Omani Society (AOS) is a charitable organisation working with the objective of preserving the longstanding friendship between Britain and Oman. Read more ...

Arab British Chamber of Commerce

Committed to encouraging and promoting Arab-British trade.. Read more ...

Arab Club of Britain

Aims to strengthen the Arab community in the UK and promote understanding.. Read more ...

Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and t

The Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East (ASTENE) was founded in 1997 following two successful international conferences on travellers in Egypt and the Near East at the University of Durham and the University of Oxford. Our area of study is Egypt and the Sudan, the Arabian Peninsula and northwards through Iraq to Turkey, Greece and the Ottoman Balkans, from the earliest times to the mid-20th century. ASTENE’s activities include the publication of a quarterly Bulletin about travellers, exhibitions, conferences, study days and other events throughout the world. Read more ...

Association of the Palestinian Community in the UK


Bahrain Society


British Arab Medical Association

The British Arab medical Association (‘BAMA’) is a professional, non-political and not for profit Association. Read more ...

British Egyptian Society

The BES was founded in 1990, with the aim, as formally defined in its Constitution, of promoting friendship and bilateral relations between the UK and Egypt, in all fields - cultural, commercial, economic and educational - for the benefit of the community at large. Read more ...

British Foundation for the Study of Arabia

The BFSA exists to promote research relating to the Arabian Peninsula and, in particular, its archaeology,history, epigraphy, languages, literature, art, culture, ethnography, geography, geology and natural history. Read more ...

British Iraqi Friendship Society (BIFS)


British Lebanese Association

The British Lebanese Association was established in 1984 to encourage friendship and understanding between the people of Great Britain and Lebanon and to advance and encourage cultural development between the two countries. Read more ...

British Lebanese Business Group

The BLBG was started in 2002 to provide a networking capability for British and Lebanese with British business or links. Read more ...

British Moroccan Society

We are a membership based society, registered as a charity, dedicated to the promotion of links and understanding between our two nations. The BMS aims to foster: Knowledge of Morocco in the UK and vice-versa Interest in Moroccan and British culture and art and the development of cultural exchange between the two countries Social contacts between those interested in the two kingdoms Commercial, economic and touristic links and exchanges Educational collaboration and connections Events to raise money for charitable causes in Morocco Content Supplied by the British Moroccan Society. Read more ...

British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISME

The British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (popularly known as BRISMES) was established in 1973 to encourage and promote the study of the Middle East in the United Kingdom. We bring together teachers, researchers, students, diplomats, journalists and others who deal professionally with the Middle East. Read more ...

British Syrian Society

Since its inception in 2003, the British Syrian Society (BSS) has worked consistently and very effectively to foster relations at all levels between Britain and Syria through a wide range of social, cultural, business and other public events both in the UK and Syria which include lectures, conferences, seminars and exhibitions. The BSS is a not for profit membership based organisation and one of the most active British-Arab NGOs. The BSS has organised major international events including a series of Banking and Financial Conferences (2004-2008), a groundbreaking Legal conference in association with the Law Society and the American Bar Association (2007), the Syrian Culture Week in London (2004), visits to Syria by delegations of British and European parliamentarians (2004-2009) and, since 2005, the Annual Sir David Gore-Booth Lecture which has attracted a number of distinguished British diplomats and politicians as speakers. The BSS has also worked in association with prominent British institutions such as the Royal Academy, the Royal Geographical Society, The V&A and the British Museum to raise awareness of Syrian culture in the UK and has been a significant supporter and partner to the Phoenicia Expedition. Read more ...

British Tunisian Society

The British Tunisian society is a 50 years old friendship society. Read more ...

British Yemeni Society

The British-Yemeni Society was founded on 11 February 1993 to promote mutual friendship and understanding, and to advance public knowledge in the United Kingdom about the Republic of Yemen, its history, geography, economy, and culture. Read more ...

Egypt Exploration Society

Since its founding in 1882 the Egypt Exploration Society’s mission has been to explore ancient Egyptian sites and monuments, to create a lasting record of the remains, to generate enthusiasm for, and increase knowledge and understanding of, Egypt’s past and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting its heritage. Read more ...

Friends of Hadhramaut

The idea of forming “Friends of Hadhramaut” came as a result of a visit to the area by S. Read more ...

Libyan British Business Council

The LBBC was established in 2004 to promote business relations and commercial activity between the British and Libyan business communities. Read more ...

Middle East Association

The Middle East Association (MEA) is the UK's leading business forum for promoting trade and investment with the Middle East and North Africa. Read more ...

Moroccan Memories Foundation

A project aiming to bridge the gap between past and post 1960 Moroccan migration to Britain by creating an oral and visual history archive collection.. Read more ...

National Association of British Arabs (NABA)

NABA is an independent British organisation working for the interests of the Arab community within Britain. Read more ...

Saudi British Society

The Society was formed in 1986 to help promote closer friendship and understanding between the people of Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. Read more ...

Society for Algerian Studies

The aim of the Society is to promote the study, knowledge and understanding of Algeria. Read more ...

Society for Libyan Studies

The Society for Libyan Studies is a British academic body and charitable organisation, sponsored by the British Academy, which since 1969 has fostered and developed links between British and Libyan scholars in a wide range of fields including archaeology, history, geography, the natural sciences and linguistics. The Society publishes a Journal, detailed reports on its field projects, and a popular series of books. Read more ...

Syrian Arab Association in the UK (SAAUK)

Aims to consolidate ties among Syrians and connect them to the wider Arab community in the UK.. Read more ...

Syrian British Medical Society

The Syrian British Medical Society was formally established on the 7th July 2007 by a group of British medical professionals of Syrian descent. The Syrian British Medical Society is a non-profit, non-political organization embracing all health care professionals of Syrian decent, residing in the UK. Read more ...

Syrian Friends in Britain

Enhancing ties amongst members of the Syrian Community in Britain, and its links with other Arab Communities.. Read more ...

The Anglo Jordanian Society

A UK-registered charity that aims to advance understanding and friendship between the United Kingdom and Jordan to relieve need, hardship and distress in Jordan.. Read more ...

The Arab British Centre

The Arab British Centre is an award-winning, non-political, non-religious, independent, UK registered charity which works to improve the British public’s understanding of the Arab world. We organise and promote cultural and artistic events relating to the Arab world, and host a regular programme of activities including Oud, Arabic calligraphy classes and Arabic language classes. We also house permanent and temporary collections of contemporary art, have a specialised library open to the public, hold talks on a variety of topics, and recognise individuals working in similar fields through our biennale Award for Culture. Content Supplied by the Arab British Centre. Read more ...

The British Institute for the Study of Iraq

The British Institute for the Study of Iraq is a UK charity. Read more ...

The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce

The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (EBCC) was established by the two Governments in 1981 as a UK company limited by guarantee. Read more ...

The Egyptians' UK Association


Young Anglo Jordanian Society (YAJS)

YAJS encourages young people aged between 16 and 35, with an interest in Jordan (however diverse or unique), to network, share and connect.. Read more ...
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