Mr.Humayun Mirza

General Secretary

I was brought up in Liverpool and have lived in the Granby Triangle for most part of my life. I have met and worked for many years with the local communities and the therefore gained valuable experience in dealing and … Read More

Mr.Sarfraz Ali


My name is Sarfraz Ali. I am the founder member of the PAL Centre. I have been working with the multicultural community for over 50 years. I have recently helped in securing a substantial grant to refurbish the centre. I … Read More

Mr.Ahmed Munir

Vice President

My name is Ahmed Munir. I am a successful business man and have my own property management business. I have many years of experience in working with the multicultural community. I am also a trustee of the Al Rahma Mosque.

Mr.Mohammed Anwar

Hon Treasurer

Retired Local Govt Officer with following statutory and voluntary sector previous experience: Chairperson – Merseyside Race Equality Council Governor Liverpool Community College (Chair Audit Committee) Non Exec Director Liverpool Health Authority (Chair Personnel Committee) Board Member Merseyside Arts (Chair Equal … Read More

Shaheen Qureshy

Joint General Secretary

My name is Shaheen Qureshy and I have always been a housewife. Previously, I have worked for St. Anne’s Primary School on a voluntary basis. I am, currently, an elected member of the board of trustees of the PAL Multicultural … Read More



Mr. Saeed Farah

Health and activities Manager

My name is Saeed Farah and I am the Health and activities Manager. My role will involve promoting a range of health and wellbeing activities and addressing health issues affecting the multicultural community in Merseyside. I have previously worked with … Read More

Mrs.Munnaza Amjad

Health Improvement Coordinator

My name is Munnaza Amjad. I am the Health Improvement Coordinator.Therefore I have a very wide range of experience working with the BME communities. My role involves engaging Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities across Liverpool, raising the profile of … Read More