International Centre for Integration and Cohesion
The International Centre for Integration and Cohesion UK was established to improve social cohesion and integration through the process of bonding, bridging, and linking communities. The ICIC primarily was established by Iraqi refugees and migrants who lived in West London to help their community to integrate and to contribute to community cohesion. The ICIC also provided an opportunity for members to contribute to eradicating poverty, improving the rule of law, and community cohesion in the countries of their origin. Primarily international development has specifically focused on Iraq and to advance poverty relief, health and medical assistance, and by collecting clothing, books, to be sent to Iraq and other countries directly or using other charity links.
Empire House, Empire Way, Wembley, London, HA9 0EW
020 8970 2151