WHAT EXPATS CAN DO

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Use your difference to make a difference – Tayo Rockson’s mission and a wonderful book

I have another book to add to my list of books that made me. Its title is Use your difference to make a difference, and it has been written by...

You have to be very careful with dreams

It has been an absolute pleasure to have this wonderful conversation with Franco Alosio, an Italian expat living in Bucharest since 2000. Franco has been collaborating with “Parada Foundation” since...

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What expats can do in time of quarantine

I’ve been thinking about how to write this article for a while. I felt a surge of inspiration from the first day that emergency was declared in my city; I...

My most important experience as a volunteer

Claudia remembers the time when she was living in Honduras, and how her experience as a volunteer there changed her.   Volunteering is often confused with charity, especially when it...

Living cross-culturally: the best gift to the world

I recently came across a wonderful human being. He is, among many other things, an expat. His intercultural experience is so vast, that coming up with a satisfying interview was...

What volunteering in Athens as an expat has taught me

We love this testimonial of Zuriñe, a Spanish lady who went to Athens, Greece, for a two-months period of volunteering with migrant and refugee families, and then decided to settle...

We are all Expats from a world that we simply don’t know about

The beauty of managing a broad online community is that the chances to come across amazing persons multiply. An Expatclicker put me in touch with Vincent Lemma because she thought...

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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...

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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...

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