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Kurdish House London Employability Series (2nd of 4 monthly workshops): ‘What does success look like?’

About this Event

Kurdish House London invites you to the second of four of monthly employability series which are online interactive workshops.

Kurdish House London’s employability series is designed to help you take positive steps on your own work life. The aim is to create a space where you can really think about what you want from your work. This will be through the use of research-based content and quizzes, a non-judgmental and respectful environment will be created, where you can share the ways we as part of community view work and career.

What does success look like?

Join for an evening of thought-provoking conversation as we listen to and engage with Henry Langdon, Founder of Udamon* and hear from Kurdish young adults who are defining what success looks like for them.

This is an exclusive Kurdish House London event.

Kurdish House London was created to support the vision of entrepreneurially spirited Kurds. It is a network that helps one another directly, and by linking people with the skills, funding and contacts to develop their ideas. In Q4 2020 Kurdish House London was awarded a Social Enterprise Support Fund grant to expand our services to Kurdish young adults as they consider their employability during these challenging times.

Dates For Your Diary

(3/4) 17th March ’21 Can you make progress with your doubts?

(4/4) 14th April ’21Is the point of work happiness?

*For more on Udamon, see https://udamon.org/


Who is this event for? This event is aimed at Kurdish young adults.

Do I have to be 18 to join? Yes, this event is organised by young adults for young adults – anyone under 30 is welcomed.

Is it funded by a political party? No, Kurdish House London do not accept funding from political party as it is an apolitical organisation.

Do I have to be entrepreneurial join?  No, you do not. Whilst Kurdish House London typically supports entrepreneurs, Kurdish House London is extending its services to support young adults with their employment growth.