19 Mar 2014 | The App Train
Spring is the time to examine bugs under a microscope, follow the flight paths of butterflies, dig for dinosaur bones and learn about the stars. This spring we take a look at science learning apps for tablet and phone.
5 Mar 2014 | William Rumley-van Gurp
Everybody wants a safe place - to live, work and love, but the truth is that despite our best efforts like locked doors, guarded trains, CCTV camera's watching every neighborhood, we sometimes have to take responsibility for our own security.
18 Feb 2014 | ACCESS
A small group of Dutch law students have set up a special service to help foreigners who don’t have legal aid insurance to understand their rights as consumers, tenants, citizens and workers.
7 Feb 2014 | Wendy Fossen
Exactly 70 years ago, Piet Mondrian died in New York. His most famous work of art, the Victory Boogie Woogie, can be found at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague. It is a lozenge shaped canvas with yellow, red and blue square colour fields and is an entirely abstract work. When seeing the Victory Boogie Woogie, Barack Obama's first impression was: 'This is a fabulous one'.
5 Feb 2014 | Laila Borrie
Perfect for introducing international children to all things Dutch. As its name suggests, this is a story about two children, who discover different places in the Netherlands and learn interesting facts about Dutch culture.
1 Feb 2014 | Deborah Valentine
First appeared in THEXPAT Journal Spring 2014 Publication
27 Jan 2014 | American School of The Hague
Definition of home: “a place of residence and refuge.” For many of us these days, travel is a normal and wonderful part of our lives; as is the possibility that we will live in more than one country or continent, often moving every few years.
27 Jan 2014 | German International School The Hague
The German International School The Hague enjoys a long history in the Netherlands dating back to its foundation in 1863.
27 Jan 2014 | GMW Lawyers
Dutch consumer case makes national press in Austria. Which court has jurisdiction over consumer disputes abroad? A recent ruling by the Austrian Supreme Court of Justice made the national press in Austria. GMW Advocaten represented the Dutch consumer involved in the case.
24 Jan 2014 | City of The Hague
Have you ever thought about volunteering and how it could help you to settle into your new life in The Hague? Volunteering helps you to build a social network as well as a professional network.