The Iranian Cultural Society of Liverpool (ICSL) was established in 2009 as a charity in response to the needs of the Iranian community of Liverpool and its surrounding area for promoting the Iranian rich culture, safeguarding the Farsi language through educational and community social programmes, and also contributing to the social needs of the community. The charity's core objective is therefore set to advance the education of the public, and the Iranian community of Liverpool in particular but not exclusively, in the subject of Iranian culture, tradition, language, history, music and the arts.
A range of other related social and cultural activities have also been undertaken to promote the culture, integrate the community and connect with the wider community.
- Ferdowsi Farsi School to teach Farsi language and literature. This will be based on an adapted language teaching model to suit the needs of the Iranian families and children - Sundays 2pm- 5pm
- Biginner English classes for Adults to help the new immigrants to handle day to day conversations - Sundays 12noon- 2pm
- Sport classes for Ladies - Sundays 5pm - 6pm
- Social events to celebrate national and cultural occasions or to offer particular cultural events such as poetry, music and exhibitions.
- Advocacy service for helping the community to overcome social and cultural barriers
- Charity events to raise funds for general or specific charity purposes.
Membership is open to all Iranians and Farsi speaking or people interested in Iranian culture and language who accept our principals and rules.
Membership gives the people the right to vote and be a member of the ICSL committee. If you would like to be a member please fill in the membership form and send it to us.