Being an ex-pat is a unique and exciting experience. On the one hand, you get to travel and experience different languages and cultures. It’s a great opportunity to expand your global network, grow your career and have exciting experiences that last a lifetime. The ex-pat experience can also be challenging as you settle into the new country. Juggling administrative responsibilities like registering your new address, getting a driver’s license, or learning about your rights and responsibilities as a resident can be quite taxing. Moreover, the absence of a family support system can add another layer of complexity.
Our March event is dedicated to the Ex-pat experience. During this event, we will share insights on how to integrate yourself in Luxembourg and bring you up to date on policies and news regarding your rights as a resident, including the right to vote in the upcoming local elections. Join our event as our speakers: Luxembourg Minister of Family and Integration Corinne Cahen, Luxembourg City Counsellor Maria Eduarda De Macedo, and LISER Researcher, Natalia Zdanowska, share insightful dialogue on the Ex-pat Experience in Luxembourg.
This event is free for members, you just need to enter your member code when booking your ticket.
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About the speakers:
As part of her studies, Corinne Cahen gained professional experience in the field of journalism, particularly with RTL Hei Elei Kuck Elei (now RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg), Eldoradio, Radio régionale Nice-Côte d’Azur, Radio France Internationale and Agence France Presse.
From 1995 to 2001, she worked for RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg, initially as a correspondent in France for current political, eco- nomic, legal and sports affairs, then as a political, economic and legal presenter and reporter in Luxembourg.
From 2001 to 2004, she worked as a freelance journalist for RTL Radio and Télé Lëtzebuerg.
Manager of a shoe shop in Luxembourg City from 2001 to 2013, Corinne Cahen chaired the Commercial Union of Luxem- bourg City from 2008 to 2012 and was an elected member of the Chamber of Commerce from 2009 to 2013.
Since November 2015, Corinne Cahen has assumed the role of chairwoman of the DP until June 2022.
Maria Eduarda De Macedo
Civil servant at the European Commission (since 1986) in multiple roles (translator, reviewer, manager, trade unionist, elected staff representative, coach, change management facilitator). She is a member of the Municipal Advisory Committee for Integration, a candidate for Déi Gréng in the 2011 and 2017 municipal elections, and a member of Déi Gréng, Advisory Committee.
Natalia Zdanowska, originally from Poland, studied and worked in France, Spain and the United Kingdom. She is now a researcher at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, where she is investigating spatial inequalities in the city of Luxembourg. The project is commissioned by the City of Luxembourg and gives Natalia the opportunity to regularly meet with public policy makers to discuss her findings. Natalia is also looking at spatial inequalities at different scales of a city – that is, between cities within a country, within cities themselves, as a result of firm economic activity and its direct impact on society, such as the rise of populism. Natalia also draws attention to how these inequalities persist over time and how history reproduces spatial divisions in Europe.