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A Message from the British Lebanese Association

The British Lebanese Association is deeply concerned about what is happening in Lebanon. In 35 years, we have not seen a crisis as grave as the one that the country is now facing. The dire economic situation has created unprecedented levels of poverty and suffering. The BLA has limited resources but we are determined to do all we can to help. We have therefore made donations of $10,000 each to seven charities - Arcenciel, Beit el Baraka, Embrace, SOS Villages D'Enfants, Lebanese Food Bank, Oum el Nour and Teach a Child - that are non-sectarian and cover the different communities.

We know that there are many more worthy charities that we would like to be able to support. We welcome any donations from our friends and members via our website, and please feel free to suggest charities to which the BLA might contribute. We are extremely grateful for your continued generosity and support. None of this would be possible without you.<


Welcome to the BLA

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.

Today the British Lebanese Association is the most prominent organisation of its type. Our twin aims are to offer our members the opportunity to meet at and enjoy our programme of events and to demonstrate up to the very highest level the determination of our two nations to maintain and to develop vital and important links. Read More

Previous Events

27th September 2019

David Roberts Memorial Lecture

Director General of Hydraulic and Electric Resources at the Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water - President of MEDURABLE.
6:00pm - 8:30pm

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26th June 2019

Annual General Meeting

The AGM will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 26th June at:The Royal Thames Yacht Club60 Knightsbridge, London, SW1 7LF

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Tripoli – A Visual History

27th February 2015

09th February 2016

A Line in Lebanon’s Sand

James published his first book on Lawrence of Arabia and the Arab Revolt, Setting the Desert on Fire, in 2006. A Line In The Sand, on the rivalry between Britain and France for dominance in the Middle East, followed in 2011.

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Nancy Ajram

06th November 2016