The Expatriate Archive Centre in The Hague will hold an open morning on Tuesday, 12 February to inform visitors about how the archive stores and shares expat stories.
Whether you’re an expat with a story to tell, looking for volunteering opportunities, researching expatriation, or if you’re simply curious about what the Archive does, you are welcome to attend and find out more about the unique archive.
In the introduction morning you will see a short presentation about the history of the archive from its foundation by Shell spouses to the independent institution it is today. You will be able to look around the centre and see the specially-constructed storage room. Refreshments will be provided, and there will be plenty of opportunity to speak to the archive staff and ask them your questions.
About the Expatriate Archive Centre
The Expatriate Archive Centre collects the life stories of expatriates, their families, and repatriates worldwide in their original languages. The collection includes memoirs and diaries, scrapbooks and photographs, video and audio recordings, letters and emails, blogs, paperwork and more. It preserves this material for the future and to support academic research into expatriation.
The information morning will be held from 10.30 to 12.00 hrs. on Tuesday, 12 February in the Expatriate Archive Centre in The Hague.
The event is free, but space is limited. Please register in advance by sending an email to email@example.com or by phoning (070) 427 20 14.
For more information, visit the website of the Expatriate Archive Centre.