Social Projects

Liepaja Politically Repressed Club

The Liepaja Club of the Politically Repressed brings together the people who were deported to Siberia in 1941 and 1949, as well as those who were born in exile and were only later able to return to Latvia. The club currently numbers 120 people. The club takes care of all members and helps those who require support. Meetings are held every week, and conventions of all its members are arranged several times a year. The club conducts educational activities and collaborates with the Liepaja under the Occupation Regimes branch of the Liepaja Museum.

  • A book on deported Jewish children Shalom Siberia was published in cooperation with The Children of Siberia Foundation.
  • The Uniting History Foundation supports the members of the Club who are in need of financial assistance.

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