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Changes in Dutch Law
Almost 60 law changes will go into effect during 2016. The most important changes, relevant to the international community are listed below. Work & Income People who claim social welfare benefits must have sufficient knowledge of Dutch. If their language skills are not sufficient, they...
Pregnancy groups turn out to be good for mother and child
Pregnant women who participate in pregnancy groups have fewer problems with delivery than those who get individual care. This is the conclusion of a report by the research organisation TNO. Results Women who participated in pregnancy groups and delivered their first baby: need less pain...
Healthcare for internationals
In cooperation with Healthcare for Internationals, the International Welcome Center North (IWCN) and Connect International conducted research investigating the experiences of internationals with Dutch healthcare during the summer of 2016 in the provinces Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe. Results of this research are of great importance...
Lonely, but not alone
“The lonely expat.” Is there such a term? Do we, expats, resonate with this title at some point in our expat life? Who is this lonely person? Is this person a loner, who has given up socialising and trying to integrate? Or is...
Book Review: V!VA Tools for Well-being
V!VA. Tools for Well-being By Katarina Gaborova | with Photographs by Vikram Anil Vyawahare and Conny Mages, Petrabooks, 2015. The aim of this book is to motivate people especially when going through change and unexpected life circumstances. Katarina Gaborova, a psychologist and life coach with...
Ria Wiertz (Bevallen kan Anders)
Beste Dolanay (Yoga Teacher and Holistic Wellness Coach)
Chitra Natarajan (Akriti)
International Health Centre
Truus Gale (Childbirth Class Gale)