The Intercultural Community Intervention Project (ICI Project) encourages social interaction and harmony in zones with great cultural diversity to build a more cohesive, unifying society.

    Our aim is to produce a model of social intervention that can be applied to the different locations where we operate and that helps to promote intercultural harmony in society, improving the living conditions of the whole population.

    To achieve this, we promote a new way of working based on local government and applied across all social areas and sectors, using the resources available in each zone and involving the whole community in its development:

    • Working through education and community health.

    • Promoting processes that foster local development and improving the living conditions of the whole population.

    • Ensuring the whole of society can take advantage of opportunities and overcome the challenge and problems inherent in the new situation.

    • Preventing and reversing situations of social conflict in favour of intercultural harmony among citizens.

    We work together with the public administration, both at a local and state level, and with the social organisations in the different zones to ensure this project becomes a benchmark for intervention that can be rolled out to other districts and towns.


    Local government, specialist resources, government employees, social organisations and citizens from the districts and towns. All society benefits from greater social cohesion. That's why this project aims to involve all of them, across the board.


    Through interdisciplinary teams related to social organisations, preventive and promotional work is carried out of an integrating nature, with the real goal of changing the situations we currently face. The project's ultimate aim is clearly to transform realities, leading us to promote open processes that involve both citizens and institutions.

    Action is primarily carried out via the three basic pillars of any community:



    Citizen relations


    Actions in these three areas emphasize the work required with children, young people and families. Moreover, together with social organisations, we also create alliances with local government. A partnership that enriches this innovative model of intervention that addresses the diversity of situations, realities and experiences.