WHAT EXPATS CAN DO

…. to bring hope to the world

WHAT EXPATS CAN DO

... to bring hope to the world

Manifesto

What Expats Can Do (WECD) is a non-profit project with the goal of promoting awareness in the expat community about the skills expats have that our communities desperately need    ...

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The Story

The seed of What Expats Can Do was planted in March 2016, during Christopher O’Shaughnessy’s opening keynote address at the Families In Global Transition (FIGT) conference in Amsterdam. Claudia and...

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Resources

We intend to use this page to gather any useful resources to broaden the discussion on the role of expatriates to bring empathy and hope to the world. If you...

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Latest Posts

This is how we can create diversity

We are so happy to publish Luz Restrepo’s presentation to the Human Library of Expatclic. Her story and experiences are such an example of how we can become real advocates...

IT classroom in Guinea Mikey Lukanovski

How building an IT classroom in Guinea taught me empathy

Mikey Lukanowski is a UK based Software Engineer with a strong passion for helping those in need. He has been involved with a local charity called Urbond where he undertakes various...

empaty across borders

Empathy across borders: the war in Ukraine seen from Romania

In these days of great sadness for what is happening in Ukraine, hope shines through the strength of empathy and solidarity, which crosses borders and reaches right into the heart...

Lessons I learned from the Maasai

We are grateful to Stephanie Fuchs for allowing us to transcribe part of her presentation to the Expatclic’s Human Library. The biggest lesson I learned from living with the Maasai...

HAVE AN IDEA?

WE HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO BRING HOPE TO THE WORLD

About us

Claudia Landini

Claudia is the founder of Expatclic.com. A cross-cultural trainer and coach, she has lived in countries in Europe, Africa, Latin America, Middle East, Southeast Asia and is at present in Geneva, Switzerland, from where she continues her work to improve the life of expat women all over the world.

Giuliana Arena

Giuliana left for Paris with a scholarship right after graduating. Back in Milan, she worked at the university, devoted herself to a website and blog for mothers, and she built a family. She moved to Bucharest with her husband and two sons in 2018. She writes books, both as an author and a ghostwriter, she loves listening and telling stories, especially the ones that make you ponder.

Christopher O’Shaughnessy

Christopher is a passionate and versatile author and speaker who uses a unique blend of story-telling, humor, and provocative insight to engage a wide array of people on topics ranging from Third Culture Kids and the effects of globalization to building community and increasing empathy.

Cristina Baldan

Cristina has lived on 5 continents and 7 different countries (Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, France, Australia, Italy, The Netherlands and Canada). She is deeply interested in topics linked to migration, multiculturalism, and encounters amongst different people. She lives in Calgary, where she works as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.

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