International clubs and networks
The Hague is a popular destination for internationals to settle down, and it shows. Over the past few years, the number of international clubs and networks has increased considerably. As an international, you are never on your own in The Hague. If you are looking for like-minded people, definitely visit one of these clubs or networks:
Not-for-profit organisation helping anyone from anywhere settle with ease in the Netherlands.
- Accueil des Francophones de la Haye
Accueil des Francophones de la Haye aims for the integration of Francophones abroad so that everyone benefits to the best of his expatriation.
- Anglo-American Theatre Group (AATG)
AATG is an amateur theatre group, playing productions exclusively in the English language.
- Alliance Française de la Haye
Alliance Frainçaise de la Haye offers French courses and cultural activities with the objective of promoting the French language, the French and culture in the Netherlands.
- American Women’s Club of The Hague
The AWC The Hague is a home-away-from-home for women from more than a dozen countries with an affinity for America. They provide opportunities for social and educational activities for English-speaking women.
- Australian & New-Zealand Women’s Club
The ANZC aims to organise and promote social and charitable activities and everything connected with those activities in the widest sense, for the benefit of Australian and New Zealand people living in the Netherlands.
- British Club of The Hague
The BCH provides a friendly and supportive community for Brits and Anglophiles, both expats and longer-term residents, living in the Hague area and beyond.
- Canadian Club of the Netherlands
The CCN is a non-denominational, non-political and non-profit association for Canadians.
- Cecilia International Choir
Cecilia International Choir is there to enjoy the experience of making good music, with members of all nationalities and ages.
- Connecting Women
Connecting Women (CW) is an international community of diverse women which aims to provide inspiring opportunities for personal and professional growth in a warm and welcoming environment.
- Delft Mama
Delft Maternity And Motherhood Assistance is a non-profit organisation promoting the well-being and integration of international mothers-to-be and mothers of young children (0-12 years old) in and around Delft, The Netherlands.
- Deutscher Klub in den Niederlanden
Deutscher Klub in den Niederlanden aims to further contacts between everyone interested in German language and culture, regardless of nationality, age or level of education.
- Expatriate Archive Centre
The Expatriate Archive Centre collects and preserves the life stories of expatriates worldwide for future research.
- Expats in The Hague
A facebook group with 35.000 members set up by internationals to help those settle into their new lives in The Netherlands.
- Français du Monde
Français du Monde brings French people outside of France together. They share the same ideals and values: social justice, pluralism, tolerance, democracy and solidarity.
- Hispanic Society of The Hague
ASOHA promotes knowledge of the culture and language of Spain and Latin America.
- International Women’s Contact The Hague
The IWC is an English speaking social club which brings together expatriate women living in the Netherlands and Dutch women with an international background.
- InterNations The Hague
InterNations The Hague is an online community of expats in The Hague where other expats who are happy to share tips and give advice based on their own experiences.
- Irish Club of the Netherlands
The ICN provides cultural and social links with the Irish community in the Netherlands.
- Justice and Peace Netherlands
Justice and Peace Netherlands is an organisation for idealists who have decided to dedicate their careers to making the world a better place.
- Petroleum Wives Club
PWC The Hague is a social club with the majority of its members being spouses, partners or employees of those in the petroleum and energy sector. In recent years the club has opened its membership to all women living in and around The Hague.
- Rotary Club The Hague Metropolitan
The Rotary Club The Hague Metropolitan is a group of diverse professionals of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds who unite together to work on local and global humanitarian aid.
- St. Andrew’s Society of the Netherlands
The St. Andrew’s Society of the Netherlands aims to promote Scottish culture and, by doing so, raise funds for charities in Scotland and The Netherlands.
- STET The English Theatre
STET stimulates and provides high-quality professional Dutch language theatre in the Netherlands. It aims to ground its work in the local community to actively involve volunteers in its running projects for practical and communication activities.
- The Delftians
The Delftians provide fellow expats a feeling of home from home here in Delft, and for veterans to help newcomers find their feet with local tips, a bit of support or just plan good company. They come together for informal meetings every other Thursday night.
- The Hungry Mind
The Hungry Mind aims to connect international and local communities in The Hague. It is a non-profit community centre, providing a variety of activities and events for adults and children, and a warm welcome to anyone who walks into their clubhouse.
- Toastmasters of The Hague
Toastmasters provides a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills.
- Women's Business Initiative International (WBII)
The WBII is an international association of women entrepreneurs striving to succeed.
- Young Diplomats' Club The Hague
YDCTH provides an informal platform for young (and young at heart) diplomats, employees of international organizations, and other members of the diplomatic community in The Hague.
- Young The Hague
A young professionals network for people living and/or working in The Hague.