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  • Available Material - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    19th century in nearly 20 different languages representing 14 different nationalities and encompassing over 80 countries plus supplementary material including organisational archives and other documentation All documents are sorted catalogued and described individually respecting the original source material The records are registered in Adlib the archival software that we use To facilitate your research we do our utmost to digitise the material we receive Currently the collection can be accessed

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  • Research Topics - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    identity formation and constructions of home Expatriate dealings with emotions like loneliness and homesickness Women s roles in making a family life abroad Expat children Third Culture Kids TCKs Our collection may be of use to those who are doing research into social history psychology and other topics to explore the social and or emotional impact of expat life in the period of migration the cultural or political changes of

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  • Research Examples - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    Let Op Sabine Kouwenhoven Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University Rotterdam Master thesis Dual career expatriate couples with focus on the trailing spouse Martin J Loeve University for Humanities Utrecht PhD thesis Ander ing On Stage Addressing Expatriate Loneliness Mara Sfountouri Erasmus University of Rotterdam Master thesis Writing home National identity in expatriates letters 1978 2009 Aniek Smit University of Leiden Article in Historisch Tijdschrift 47 3 Life with the

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  • Expat Statistics - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    in the form of diaries letters adocuments photographs and more We do not research or collect statistics about expats but there are several sources of these that you may wish to explore HSBC Expat Explorer Survey Internations Expat Insider 2014 The Expat Survey Expat Research OECD International Migration Database Brookfields Global Mobility Trends UN International Migrant Stock Research COLLECTION RESEARCH GET INVOLVED ABOUT NEWS CONTACT 31 0 70 427 2014

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  • Thank You to All Who Made the Expat Exhibition a Success - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    communities Mayor van Aartsen spoke of what an integral part expats make up of The Hague As one of the organisers of the exhibition the Expatriate Archive Centre EAC would like to thank our partners ACCESS and The Hague Municipal Archives for all the ways in which they have worked together with us as the exhibition took shape Thanks are also due to curator Natalie McIlroy who translated our collective vision into the beautiful and engaging shape the exhibition eventually took We also extend our deep appreciation to the organisations and individuals who delved into their own archives or closets and basements to find moving personal materials for us to use in the exhibition A wonderful team of volunteers from ACCESS and the EAC spent many hours gathering organising and arranging many more photographs and quotes than could be included in the exhibition We are especially grateful to Myrthe Korf who has worked tirelessly for the last year to make the exhibition a success Many thanks to our generous sponsors Shell The Hague Bridge CB I Rabobank the American Women s Club of The Hague and Petroleum Women s Club The Hague without whom the exhibition would not have been

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  • Who Is an Expat? New Exhibition Opens Today - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    past several decades But who is an expatriate Expatriate has sometimes been used as a narrow term that encompasses only a certain class of people who are transferred to another country by large multinational companies and live stereotypically privileged lives in the infamous expat bubble reserving terms like internationals migrants or knowledge migrants for other groups However in a post colonial world where globalisation happens in all directions old distinctions like these are both outdated and objectionable For the Expatriate Archive Centre EAC one of the organisers of the new exhibition the term expatriate includes anyone who lives temporarily in a country other than their home country The Expatriates Represented in the Exhibition As the international city of peace and justice The Hague is host to expatriates with many different stories The exhibition contains representations from the diplomatic community expatriates in the fields of non governmental initiatives and multi lateral governance and students as well as those who have come to work along with their partners Whether these expatriates have lived in The Hague for one year or ten or more they have recorded their impressions and left their mark on the city that has welcomed them in Visitors to the exhibition will gain a better understanding of what it is like to live in The Hague as an expatriate and see the city through fresh eyes The EAC which preserves primary source materials documenting the expatriate experience has two other partners that have assisted in preparing the exhibition The Hague Municipal Archives and ACCESS a non profit that provides practical information support and services to expatriates in the Netherlands Sponsors include Shell The Hague Bridge CB I Rabobank the American Women s Club of The Hague and Petroleum Women s Club The Hague When and Where The exhibition is

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  • Events - Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    letters articles and journals written by expatriates providing Read more 10th November Information Morning at the Expatriate Archive Centre Published October 10th 2015 The next Expatriate Archive Centre information morning will be held on Tuesday 10th November 2015 at our premises in The Hague Whether you re an expat with a story to tell looking for volunteering opportunities researching expatriation or if you re simply curious about what we do you are welcome to attend Read more Expatriate Artist Natalie McIlroy Curates New Exhibition at The Hague City Hall Published October 1st 2015 As an artist who is inspired by archives community and a sense of place recent Scottish transplant Natalie McIlroy was the perfect choice to curate a new exhibition in The Hague City Hall entitled Expat Impressions of The Hague The exhibition illustrates the expatriate experience in The Hague combining letters Read more Join Us at the i am not a tourist Expat Fair Published September 21st 2015 On October 4 2015 the Expatriate Archive Centre has been invited to participate in the 12th edition of Expatica s i am not a tourist Expat Fair at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam We will be one of 125

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  • News - The Expatriate Archive Centre - A Home For Expat Life Stories
    2016 As part of History of The Hague Day the Expatriate Archive Centre EAC will be hosting a special presentation about our history Join us for coffee biscuits and a chance to get to know the EAC from the inside When Saturday April 16th 2016 Where The Expatriate Archive Centre Paramaribostraat 20 Read more Join Us at the Feel at Home in The Hague Fair on January 31st Tuesday January 26th 2016 On Sunday January 31 the Expatriate Archive Centre will join more than 140 other sports social community groups small businesses schools and service providers with a stand at the Feel at Home in The Hague fair in The Hague City Hall Atrium Other activities at the fair include a kiddie Read more 9th February Information Morning at the Expatriate Archive Centre Saturday January 9th 2016 The next Expatriate Archive Centre information morning will be held on Tuesday 9th February 2016 at our premises in The Hague Whether you re an expat with a story to tell looking for volunteering opportunities researching expatriation or if you re simply curious about what we do you are welcome to attend and Read more Display the Expat Exhibition in Your Venue Tuesday

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