Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. What does SRC stands for?
A. It stands for Seereer Resource Centre
Q. Do you have to be a member of the Seereer ethnic group in order to use the Seereer Resource Centre's services?
A. No. The SRC is open to everyone regardless of ethnicity, tribe, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, etc.
Q. How do I get to you?
A. We are a London (UK) based Centre that appreciates that most of our users are not necessarily based in London but outside the UK. Our aim is to open centres in Senegal and the Gambia in the not too distant future. If you would like to help us bring this to fruition, please contact us. In the meantime we would serve as an online resource centre for those living outside the UK, but please keep checking our website for new updates.
Q. How do I borrow a book from the Seereer Library?
A. Many of our documents are available online. However there are some rare or valuable book which are available from our Library but not online. If you would like to borrow a book from our Library which cannot be viewed online, please e-mail us for details.
Q. Are your events open to the public?
A. Most of our events such as lectures, concerts, film screenings and workshops are open to the general public.
Q. What other services do you offer?
A. See our list of services for details.
Q. How do I get in touch with one of your translators for special projects?
A. If you need to get in touch with any member of our staff for educational or business purposes, please see our staff list. You can send them an e-mail directly using their e-mail address. If no e-mail address is provided, please e-mail the SRC with your enquiry at email@example.com. Your details will be passed on to the relevant staff so that they can contact you directly. Do not send any e-marketing or spam to any of our staff or you will be reported and/or barred from using our services or accessing our website.
Telephone : +44 20 8133 0517
General Enquiries : firstname.lastname@example.org
Events : email@example.com