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Liverpool Yemeni Community
The Liverpool Arabic Centre was established in 1997. Staff work alongside Yemeni and Arabic speaking individuals and communities and those interested in Arabic language and culture in the Merseyside area. They have a drop-in information and support service, that offers a range of welfare advice, work with youth groups, and promotes Yemeni and Arabic arts, language and culture. The Moving Here project is important to the Yemeni Community in Liverpool to enable the documentation and recording of the history and heritage of Yemeni pioneers who came to Liverpool and the region. The project is also an opportunity to raise the profile of the Yemeni community at a national level and provide links with individuals and groups within Liverpool’s Yemeni community and other communities around the country.
Maybe you have a story which relates to these stories so why not Tell your Story? You can include photographs or items from the catalogue to be displayed with your story. You can also go to our search form to find a story which may be related to the places you are interested in.
Has someone or something been written out of the history books which you feel should be included in the story of migration ? Here is your chance to tell your own story.
If you have any enquiries about Moving Here please contact us.
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