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Karine-Kayitesi Ponting (Karine Kayitesi)

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Karine-Kayitesi offers online and offline coaching programs based on Ancient Wisdom principles applied to modern life to help internationals feel at home, find health, happiness, meaning and purpose while undergoing challenging life transitions. She likes to provide people with a full range of hands-on life tools. She is a pioneer in Yijing Life Coaching, a […]

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How to easily settle in The Hague

Entering a new place can be exciting and at the same time overwhelming. Finding out where to find answers to our questions takes time and energy. Have you ever thought “if only I would have known this earlier…”? With my “5 Steps to ENJOY you life in The Hague” programme I welcome internationals with open […]

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E.N.J.O.Y. programme for the Accompanying Partner, with Ute Limacher-Riebold

This programme is designed for internationals who just arrived to The Hague. If you are an Accompanying Partner, i.e. you followed your partner abroad, you usually have to figure out by yourself how to function in the new place. In her E.N.J.O.Y. Programme, Ute offers you support and practical advice on navigating your life in […]

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Discussion Group: Moving on, relocating and staying behind, with Ute Limacher-Riebold

It’s the time of the year again where many international families leave for greener pastures. Some deliberately choose not to say goodbye because it is emotionally overwhelming, unaware that not having a proper closure will make a new beginning in a new place much harder. Everyone has his or her very own way to say […]

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“i am not a tourist” Expat Fair

Expatica’s “i am not a tourist” Expat Fair – 7 October: The biggest fair for internationals living, working & studying in the Netherlands is back. It features over 100 exhibitors specialising in expat life as well as a range of workshops, seminars and networking sessions. WBII will participate again this year and Suzy Oge will […]

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2013 WBII International Community Calendar

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Last year’s WBII community calendar was a success in supporting the WBII. We have also made improvements to make this 2nd annual calendar an even more coveted product and more profitable for the WBII. We hope to earn even MORE funds to support the work of the WBII, our trusted network and information source. The […]

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Expat Education Fair 2012

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Join Expatica.com’s Expat Education Fair on Saturday 24 March and gather essential information and contacts related to education in the Netherlands. Find the advice you need, attend an in-depth presentation, and mix with hundreds of other internationals! Consult experts from a range of educational organizations including universities, primary and secondary schools, career coaches and language […]

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Further protection for expats against unjust dismissal!

In Holland an employee who has an indefinite contract can not be dismissed without the prior approval of a sub district court and / or the so called UWV Werkbedrijf. An employer must therefore file for dismissal. This is determined in article 6 of The BBA, Extraordinary Labour Relations Decree. Reliance on Dutch labour market […]

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WBII special: Conversation Course Basic Dutch

Looking for an opportunity to practice some of that Dutch after having spent so much time learning vocab, grammar rules and doing out exercise after exercise? And would you like to do this in an environment with like-minded women, discussing and talking only about matters that are of interest to you? Look no further! We […]

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Helping Entrepreneurial Expats Overcome Legal Obstacles

This feature from GMW Attorneys at Law is about the obstacles and unexpected hinderances an expat might encounter whilst setting up a business in The Netherlands. Foreign companies wanting to open a Dutch subsidiary sometimes encounter difficulty in starting up their business in the Netherlands. The same goes for entrepreneurial expats living here. It is […]

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