We practice our Social Responsibility in two ways:

Kukutana e.V.

We all have a passion.

Self-Diversity

Living and working in a globalized world asks for social skills that are new to many of us. When these skills were first discovered in the 1950ies, scientists named the people who had these skills Third Culture Kids (TCK). In the 80ies, it became clear that adults are also able to develop these skills and the terminology changed to Cross Culture Individuals (CCI). Today, we know these skill sets include not only cultural characteristics but very personal ones as well. That is why we now speak of SELF-DIVERSITY.