About The 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. The Society was formed in January 1976 with HM Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said as the Society's Patron and HE The Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman in London as its President.

Our Charitable Objects

  • To advance the education of the British public by the promotion of learning and a wider knowledge about Oman; its people, history, geography, economy, literature, art, music, antiquities, languages, cultures, religions, beliefs, customs, industry and commerce by arranging lectures, seminars and meetings, which may be open to the public; and by assisting individuals and organisations by providing bursaries, awards, scholarships, training, apprenticeships and financial and logistical support.
  • To advance the education of Omani nationals by the promotion of learning and a wider knowledge about the United Kingdom; its people, history, geography, economy, literature, art, music, heritage, the English language, cultures, religions, beliefs, customs, industry and commerce by arranging lectures, seminars and meetings, which may be open to the public; and by assisting individuals and organisations by providing bursaries, awards, scholarships, training, apprenticeships and financial and logistical support

 

The Society offers a confluence for the government, academic and private sectors of both countries to develop their cross-cultural activities, and offers support for external projects that are aligned to its charitable objectives.

 

Annual Review

To find out more about the Society and its activities throughout the year, please click on the links below to read our Annual Reviews online.

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