Published: 28 April 2011 Modified: 01 October 2012
The Hague is home to more than 100 nationalities. It is the world in a nutshell with all this versatility echoed in the city's population and what the city has to offer.
For the more than 50,000 expats living and working in The Hague and the surrounding region, the City of The Hague is active in ensuring that they too feel at home. On the city's municipal English language website, www.thehague.com, up to date information is available on a number of aspects related to living in The Hague.
Here you can find information about:
- the large choice of primary and secondary international schools;
- the health care facilities and options in the city, such as those provided by Bronovo and the International Health Care Centre;
- information about the different neighbourhoods of The Hague, and
- information about a variety of networking, leisure, cultural and sporting events taking place.
International community platform
The International Community Platform (ICP), founded in 2009, is a gathering of top international employers who have joined forces to help find solutions to the common challenges they face with regards to international employees. The ICP mission is to contribute to the improvement of the working and living environment of international employees and their families in The Hague and surrounding areas. For more information about their activities visit www.icplatform.nl.
The Hague International centre
The Hague International Centre located in the City Hall is a joint initiative between the Municipality of The Hague, the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) and ACCESS. It is the first point of contact for (new) residents of The Hague and has been created especially for the expatriate who is working and living in the Hague.
Visist the Expat Service page to find out more about expat organisations in The Hague.