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OUR VISION, VALUES & APPROACH

At the Integrated Community Center, dignity for all is at the heart of our holistic functions and activities.

With unwavering belief and commitment, we are thoroughly convinced that the integrity of labor is crucially connected to the wellbeing of a society.

Guiding our concrete conviction are the core values of the ICC which revolve around dignity, integrity, competence, social justice, education and building real human relationships.

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WHO WE ARE

The Integrated Community Center (ICC) is a nonprofit organization based in Kuwait focused on migrant workers’ rights in both their countries of origin and labor.

The ICC fosters positive, progressive change by supporting migrant workers in overcoming exploitation, abuse, human trafficking and the many socioeconomic challenges targeting disempowered migrant populations.

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OUR MISSION

Empowering people we serve by fortifying, elevating and securing the dignity, integrity and lawful justice of labor in our societies and communities.

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OUR WORKS AND SERVICES

Integrated Community Center services are provided by collective resources from multiple partners. Resource allocation and management on the ground works are properly distributed in a collaborative effort by the ICC Members and their respective teams of volunteers

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“We are together because every life is precious. We each have great stories to tell and dreams to share. When shared and learned, potentials are unfolded and real possibilities far exceed our imagination. Together we are a testimony to this. Thank you and let us continue.”

Elizabeth Tang
ELIZABETH TANG General Secretary IDWFed

"Malugod kong binabati ang Sandigan sa paglulunsad nitong Domestic Workers Handbook. Muli ay naisakatuparan ng inyong samahan ang isang natatangi o pioneering project na ang pangunahing layunin ay maitaguyod ang kapakanan ng ating mga domestic workers. Read More"

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RENATO P.O. VILLA Ambassador Kuwait P.E

"Domestic work is the work that makes all other work possible. And yet, for many decades, and perhaps many centuries, it was simply ‘women’s work’: unpaid, unrecognized, and unvalued. The adoption by the International Labour Conference, on 16 June 2011, of ILO Convention No. 189 and Read More"

Sophia-Kagan
SOPHIA KAGAN Chief Technical Adviser
(FAIRWAY Project)
ILO, Office for Arab States