Speaking a Shared Language towards a Shared Mission

ICC Ltd helps businesses overcome issues pertaining to social and cultural adjustment at the workplace, effecting social change, and working towards the enhancement of community cohesion and internalisation of the local corporate sector.

World Mental Health Day

Your mental wellbeing matters! WHO defines Mental health as “a condition of well-being in which an individual recognises his or her own abilities, can cope with the usual demands of life, can work productively and fruitfully and is able to contribute to his or her community”.  In 2002 A WHO report by Harnois & Gabriel […]

Addressing the 4th Annual Conference of Integrative Psychiatry Cairo

Resilience Revisited: Intercultural Clinical Perspectives The global impact of the pandemic has made the topic of resilience more relevant and important than ever before. • The resilience of an individual is influenced by multiple factors, including external support, internal abilities and skills, and existential values and faith. • Social and cultural impact extends beyond nationality and […]

Networking for a Better Tomorrow

Multiculturalism: a complex, controversial and challenging topic In the words of Kofi Annan, UN Secretary-General (2004), “tolerance, intercultural dialogue and respect for diversity are more essential than ever in a world where people are becoming more and more closely interconnected”, multiculturalism is more than simply recognizing and acknowledging the diversity and differences prevalent in society. […]

International Integration Day

Challenges and Opportunities of Living in a Multicultural Society International Integration Day was celebrated and Commonwealth Research Centre was launched by NWAMI recently, marked by speeches and cultural program. Judge Ray Singh CBE, Chairman for NWAMI’s International Advisory Panel, Maria Gabriele Doublesin, Interim Chairman of International group based in Malta, Advisor to the group C. A. […]

Multicultural Exposure on Maltese Society

The impact of multicultural exposure on Maltese society in the late 20th and early 21st century and its challenge for counsellors: a narrative ethnographic approach Maria Gabriele Doublesin M.A. T-Couns. B.Psy. (Hons) 2013 Abstract This narrative ethnographic study is an attempt to gain deeper understanding about issues pertaining to multiculturalism and its impact on Maltese […]