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.
With an extensive board of member associations representing multiple groups of migrant workers, the ICC collectively empowers the communities it serves through raising social awareness, encouraging social responsibilities, adopting collaborative and creative methods, and cooperating to solve complex concerns.
By strengthening the rule of law through multilateral teamwork, the ICC provides a home for these combined efforts to serve nationals and residents alike on labor related matters.
Leading the ICC is a team of specialized professionals with ample experience in a number of fields, extending the knowledge and expertise of their disciplines into our immediate community and those we serve beyond borders.
From promoting democratic values and dignity for all to our deep involvement in securing people’s livelihoods through local laws and global mandates, the ICC also serves as a social beacon for positive change through social initiatives in partnership with regional and international institutions.
WHAT WE DO
ICC 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 volunteers.
Organizing, Skills Development Programs, Negotiation, Case Management and handling, Personality Development, Public Speaking, Data Management, Language Training, Community Mapping and Research Works, Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness, Labor Rights, Livelihood Education, IT Education, Leadership Training, Facilitation, Basic First Aid, Team Building, Gender Sensitivity Training, Mental Health Training
Legal Consultation, Police Assistance, Paralegal Assistance, Repatriation Support, Coordination, Mediation, Assistance for Access to Justice, Advocacy Against Traffic in Women
Outreach Program, Medical Mission & Assistance, Deceased Repatriation, Reintegration Program, Food and Relief Assistance, Counseling Program, Livelihood Programs
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM
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.”
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