SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION AND INCLUSION
for diverse communities
Programs and courses designed by Kudwa to empower both migrants and host communities to achieve harmony
Community-building events, from exhibitions to Social and Professional networking where we can help create connections and lasting impact.
Kudwa Woman is a community. It is a safe space for Arabic Speaking women.
Here we communicate positively, share our expertise and opinions transparently, discuss our problems, and suggest solutions that fit our vision for our future.
They both start with challenging what we take for granted and what we consider as cultural norms.
Only then, we can rebuild from a place of knowledge and awareness of our strengths, uniqueness, and humanity.
We provide a gender-equality centered approach to integration by raising awareness of women’s rights, human rights, LGBTQ+ rights, sex education, and by challenging cultural norms that create barriers to our integration.
What we do!
We are looking to provide a sense of community to an otherwise segregated group of people, so that they can come together and learn how to tackle their everyday life with resilience and hope, and to be active and contributing parts of their new communities.
Areas of work are education, psychological support, information, and legal support along with moral and mental empowerment, cultural awareness and professional development.
Help break down cultural barriers and provide the tools for social, professional integration, and inclusion in communities through innovative workshops, culture-based integration training, and community-building events.
Inspire people to question postulates and see the issues in question from different cultural perspectives based on gender equality, tolerance, and resilience.
Because women are key to peace and community. We cannot truly integrate until we are free from the shackles of patriarchy. And equality in any context has to start with Gender Equality!
Because we have to come together and support each other through the journey
The acceptance of cultural differences is important for both integration and inclusion
Resilience is a survival skill that we all need as migrants in our new life.
Tolerance is the acceptance of one another and connecting as human beings.
Kudwa means Role-model
Our vision is to create role-models who will inspire themselves and others to be active and contributing members of their new diverse communities.