The Inter-Cultural Society of London was founded in 2007 by the late Mrs Loline Reed.

Mrs Reed's belief that 'Every person and every culture is worthy' is a guiding principle that the Society ispleased to carry forward.


The Objectives are:

- To foster Friendship and Fellowship amongst the

British and International communities in London.
- To raise awareness of the different cultures of people living in London.
- To promote music and the arts of the various cultures living in London.
- The Society is inclusive - non-profit, non-political and non-sectarian.

- The Society is open to both men and women irrespective of race, creed or culture.

Our programmes are:

- Programmes include lectures by eminent and influential guest speakers.
- Cultural exchanges are held with other

international organisations in London.
- Cordial relations with the Cultural Departments of the various Embassies and High Commissions are developed to achieve awareness of the different cultures of people living in London.
- Music and the arts are promoted to encourage young artists and performers.
- Official visits to places of importance not normally open to the general public.
- Interesting outside events are offered to members, for example, Receptions or Dinners at an Embassy, the House of Lords, or at a Livery Company and other prestigious venues.
- Official UK and overseas trips will be organised for members. The first trip was to Nadaam and other official functions in Mongolia from 6 July to 21 July 2011. This was an Official Tour supported and assisted by the Embassy of Mongolia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


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