The Head of ULOUK Humanitarian Wing/Committee-Stepped down.

The head of ULOUK Humanitarian committee Pastor Akoi Massayan Bazzie has stepped down from his position as head of ULOUK Humanitarian Committee. Pastor Bazzie stepped down on the 26 of February 2022. In a letter sent to the President of ULOUK, Mr Mo Sonnie and a copy of which was sent to the Secretariat of this organisation, pastor Bazzie expressed great sentiment and gratitude to the leadership of ULOUK for granting him the opportunity to serve his community and people but on the sad note, he said ‘I have to step down to attend to personal and family matters. His resignation letter was received by the leadership with mixed emotions cognisant of his brilliance and expertise, and the hard work he brought to the organisation, especially the Humaniratin committee in a short space of time. His letter has since been accepted by the leadership while UKOUK seeks for his replacement.

The Annual General Meeting(AGM) -2022

This year’s AGM will be held in Manchester on the 23rd of April 2022. The leadership after some constraints, had to move our traditional end of March AGM meeting to April 2022. The venue has since been chosen as The Community Building situated in Stretford ManchesterAGM Room M32 0AD

The meeting will be conducted in two separate parts, hence the AGM will resume 2 pm -3:30 pm, followed by the palava Hut engagement from 4 pm – 7 pm which is intended to hear from the citizens of Liberia residing in Manchester.

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ULO-UK AS AN UMBRELLA ORGANISATION

The  Union of Liberian Organisations in the UK (ULO-UK) We  are an umbrella organisation that share the views, dialogues, wishes , values , aspiration and cultural heritage  of our homeland in the diaspora. We are open to membership from individuals, businesses and charities that share the objectives and Core Values outlined in our constitution and … Read more ULO-UK AS AN UMBRELLA ORGANISATION

Community Forum & Core Values

To engage with communities and the wider spectrum of society we have set out our core values which are: Respect, Ambition, Transparency, Partnership, Compassion, Accountability and Fairness.  The Union of Liberian Organisations in the UK(ULOUK) was established in 2004 in Northampton, UK, based on a constitution and core values that are outlined in these documents, … Read more Community Forum & Core Values

AGM 2019

ULOUK AGM 2019- In Northampton. The annual general meeting (AGM) of the Union was held on Saturday 30 March 2019 in Northhampton for the purpose of both the annual report and general election. The report was read, discussed, analysed and adopted many thanks to the outgoing leadership for a job well done. The second phase … Read more AGM 2019