Social Projects

Let's include and embrace diversity!

We want to create a culture in which holistic health is at the heart of society. Working with and for people is our greatest strength. That’s why we develop social projects to promote diversity and inclusion. By doing so, we are committed to supporting disadvantaged people in society with our holistic-creative approach.

The Wellbeing House - Berlin

Discrimination makes people ill.

And the problem is: There is a lack of accessibility for the prevention of illness for those affected.
50% of people living in Germany are affected by discrimination. In order to prevent psychological stress and illness – as well as the effects on society – there needs to be space to process what has been experienced.

That’s why we’re creating a meeting place where those affected can be empowered to become more self-efficient. With space for up to 240 people at a time, there will be preventive, psychosocial offerings with an art, music and movement therapy. These will be available for use on a weekly basis for 8-12 weeks. Annually 960-1440 will be available.

Exhibitions will be jointly designed every three months. These are to make the effects of prejudice and discrimination tangible through pictures and music. In this way, we contribute to raising awareness and educating the population.

Intercultural education and awareness in the workplace

Around forty percent of the refugees who moved to Germany in the last ten years are employed. However, long-term successful integration in the workplace is complex: Both the refugees and the host population lack the knowledge and skills to deal constructively with intercultural conflicts. 

In this project, we aim to promote intercultural awareness, strengthen non-violent conflict management among all participants (Refugees in gainful employment and their employers), and train participants to become mentors and multipliers. Refugees, employers and employees should develop the courage to constructively address and resolve issues in the workplace in a respectful manner. So that integration at the workplace can be shaped in a better way. 

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