Expatclic news - APRIL 2015
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Good morning dear expat ladies,
A couple of months before summer starts in the northern hemisphere. Lots of things to do, to prepare…and lots of surprises from Expatclic before you start packing!
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We had our first online meeting with Expat Support, a virtual group that meets regularly to discuss the less rosy topics linked to life abroad. We thank Barbaraexpat, who created and manages the group, and who will let us know asap which amongst the many topics chosen will be discussed next. The discussion so far has been in Italian, but if there is interest from women from other language groups, we are considering an interpreting service. Stay tuned. And write us if you want to be part of the group. 

Paolaexpat’s travel writing course is going great guns. The six participants have all completed the reading and critiquing assignments, and have drafted their own travel articles, covering destinations as far afield as Honduras, India, Italy, Egypt and Argentina.  With over two weeks left to go, four are almost ready to submit their work to competitions. We will keep you posted as to their progress next month!


Our virtual library of books for expats and to get to know new cultures is going great! We have added a new category: Children and young adults, where you can find books on a variety of topics linked to take our young men and women abroad. Please don’t hesitate to send us your favourite titles.




Here is the selection of articles for this month:

  • A beautiful article by Italian photographer Lorenzo Moscia, where he talks in particular about the documentary on Gerry Conlon he is about to complete


The Third Culture Kids Summit is organized by The Change School, and proposes a topic per month until November 2015. In April they will discuss: "The next wave: Global Citizens". All information about the summit and their other interesting activities on their beautiful site.
Inspiring Migrant Women 2015 is a fabulous conference that for one day in London, will gather women of all horizons around ten inspiring speakers, to share ideas, strategies and values in the name of feminine migration. Click here for info and to join.
For those who are in Qatar: during the month of May the Qatar Intercultural Communication Institute offers a series of workshops on cross-cultural communication – all details here.
An excellent course to start a career in international education. All details here


News from ExpatWomen at Work

We have so many new members we can hardly name them all! Please welcome: 
- Stéphanie, a French coach in Russia
- Ute, a Swiss coach in the Netherlands
- Nelly and Aude, with their CAP ou pas CAP, a bit of French fashion in California
- Federica, an Italian teacher in Cape Town
- Barbara, an Italian coach in Nassau
- Ahn, a Swiss Vietnamese coach in Singapore
- Flor, a Spanish coach in New York
- Ludovica, an Italian batik maker in the Netherlands
- Mandy, a British translator in France
- Anna, an American career coach in Ecuador
Any doubt that coaching has become THE career of expat women :-) ???

Please don't miss two amazing articles of Anna Sparks, How to stay connected to your career overseas and How to get back to work after a break overseas

Are you or do you know any mature woman who would like to travel abroad? Check out Granny AuPair, an agency who provides grannies au pair around the world! 

We are always looking for creative, inspiring and brave women who would like to have their profile our ExpatWomen at Work - the more, the more useful!! Please get in touch if you are a professional expat woman who has continued her work abroad, or created a totally new career - we'd love to hear from you! 
Happy surfing on the website of ALL expat women!

Claudia from Jakarta
Alessandra from Perth
Anna from Boulder, CO
Barbara from Melbourne
Carole from Pakistan
Giulietta from Palo Alto, Ca
Moci from Budapest
Paola from Accra
Rupe from Panama 
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