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The Daily Telegraph Expat website is a comprehensive source of current news and information for Brits living abroad. It contains help and advice on many countries worldwide and has a regular blog detailing other people’s experiences abroad.
Expatica is the international community’s home away from home on the web and provides a tailored local news service and essential information on living in, working in or moving to your country of choice.
Expat Exchange helps expats navigate international relocation and the phases of culture shock. You'll find hundreds of reports from expatriates living abroad, expatriate resources and articles, international jobs, international real estate, travel warnings and more.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is responsible for protecting British interests abroad – its website contains useful information on the political, economic and social conditions of countries around the world.
The BBC’s country advice guides offer comprehensive and useful information for expatriates all over the world.
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, and monitoring and assessing health trends.
Its website provides an array of useful information for expats wanting to learn more about the healthcare situation in countries throughout the world.
The latest news and advice for British expats all over the world.
EXPATS.org.uk is a free source of information for British expatriates contracting or living overseas.
Launched in 1999, BritishExpats.com has become the leading expatriate site on the internet. It currently serves over 300,000 unique visitors each month.
Expats abroad is a worldwide resource network for English speaking expats who are travelling or living abroad. A message centre where expatriots living, working or studying abroad can keep in touch.
We hope you find this list of resources helpful. If you have any questions, please contact our travel and health insurance advisers on 01606 353260.