As an international, it can be challenging to keep track of all the latest news regarding the coronavirus. We listed some key websites that provide up-to-date English information on the coronavirus, the (support) measures and other useful information.
What do the Dutch themselves think about their country and their national identity? What are the things to which they feel attached and what binds and divides the Dutch nation? Learn more about the Dutch and their identity and language.
Take a breath in nature, clear your head and discover what is really important to you. Walking coaching can help you to recognize your desires, discover your talents and the things that essentially motivate you, so you can make renewed choices in life.
You’ve at your new home away. Now it is time to make your new place feel like home. Furnishing and decorating can definitely help make your new place feel more like a home. Here are some tips on furnishing your house in the Netherlands.
The coronavirus and its aftermath may have consequences for you, as an international, your family and maybe even your business. Learn more about its possible consequences for your employment, legal residence and family situation and what to do.
When you are renting a property or room it is possible that you get a notice from your landlord that your rent is increasing. A landlord is allowed to increase the rent. However there are rules. Learn more about rent increases and how te deal with them.
Now that many of us are at home during these times of uncertainty, coming together has become even more important. Our partner Utrecht in Dialoog offers free online dialogues in order to maintain contact, meet and inspire each other.