International Clubs in Düsseldorf

American, British, French, Japanese, to mention just a few

Written by Garry and last edited by Garry on

 
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Dusseldorf offers several clubs for expats. Lively and varied, many provide events where members and guests have an opportunity to meet other foreigners and local people in the similar situation of living in a new city in a foreign country.

The clubs organise social activities such as monthly dinners, cultural events or charity work and are a forum to discuss political and social issues.

Creating a sense of community, clubs can help newcomers to settle in and make new contacts both professional and social.

American Women's Club

Members of the club are from over 35 countries including the USA and Germany. The club is open to both women and men who live in Düsseldorf and beyond, who have an interest in social activities and community service within an American cultural setting.

British Women's Club

A friendly club of some 135 ladies of all ages living and working in Düsseldorf. Members are British, Commonwealth and a few other nationalities. Coming from all backgrounds and walks of life, they have in common a sense of community and fun.

Deutsch Britische Gesellschaft

The society hosts regular speeches to stimulate debate on current economic, political and cultural issues. Goals include promoting German and British relations, informing on aspects of British culture and lifestyle as well as encouraging personal contacts in and around the city of Düsseldorf.

 

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