WHAT EXPATS CAN DO

…. to bring hope to the world

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musicians without borders

From music to the heart and back: The story of Laura Hassler

Laura Hassler is the founder of Musicians Without Borders, but she is, of course, much more than this. I had the privilege to talk to her via zoom for a...

aufwind

Aufwind, a beautiful project in the Peruvian Andes

Moci, of the Expatclic team, has interviewed Corinna, an Austrian lady who set up a beautiful project in Peru.   Hello Corinna, it is a pleasure to have you with...

On how being an expat shaped my way of being a mother

Moci is Peruvian. Her two daughters were born while she was living in Hungary. In this wonderful article she reflects on how living abroad has shaped her into the mother...

home to find hope

Changing our Concept of Home to Find HOPE

A reflection of Chris O’Shaughnessy on how we can change the concept of home to find hope.   Many sociologists agree that society is losing its ability to maintain community....

The Expat Life “Gifts”

An expat survey.   In my experience, I’ve realized that most expats are not aware of the enormous potential they have. Nor are they aware of the skills they’ve gained...

Books that made me

There is a column in The Guardian called “Books that made me”. In it, all sorts of questions about books are asked of the author, whom each week is chosen...

aid worker

The trailing husband (of an aid worker)

We sincerely thank Federico Bonadonna for allowing us to publish the translation of his moving account of what it means to be the trailing husband of an aid worker.  ...

The privilege of drinking tap water

I recently came back from Indonesia, where for four years I could not drink tap water. Here is my reflection on yet another privilege of our rich Western world most...

What an expat can do to change the narrative back home

I recently returned to Italy, my home country, while waiting for my next destination abroad. What I have found is a terrible reality in which the official narrative is based...

The Power of Our Stories

Grasp a cup of tea and take your time to listen to this powerful TEDx: it worth, it is tremendously true in our society.     When people ask me...

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