The corona pandemic has serious consequences worldwide: overloaded health care systems, closed-down stores, rising unemployment. Many Swiss abroad and Swiss returnees are affected, too. But help is available - at least for emergencies. We show you what kind of aid is available.
(Deutsch) Es sind ausserordentliche Zeiten, welche bei vielen Menschen für Verunsicherung und gar Ängsten sorgen. Coach und Resilienz-Trainerin Elsbeth Horbaty gibt Tipps, welche Sie überall auf der Welt zur Angstbewältigung anwenden können.
(Deutsch) Sie wandern aus oder gehen für längere Zeit ins Ausland? Dann könnte eine Abmeldung bei Ihrer Wohngemeinde fällig werden. Erfahren Sie hier, welche Vor- und Nachteile dies mit sich bringt und was Sie dabei beachten müssen.
The annual analysis for 2018 provides an overview of current and emerging points of conflict and offers an assessment of their development. This issue focuses on the Middle East with its rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia, who both seek to control the region. Tensions are expected in Europe as well, however: Poland is rubbing its citizens and the EU up the wrong way with its policies. A look at Latin America shows that the coming months will be decisive for Brazil: elections will take place this year, all while investigations into the Petrobras scandal continue and some regions struggle with growing financial concerns. The annual analysis cannot claim to be comprehensive. Rather, it is intended to provide assistance to Soliswiss members, travelers and Swiss citizens abroad as well as highlight developments.
Further education or round-the-world trip? Thomas Bardellini chose the latter; the now 29-year-old went traveling for almost two years. In this interview, Thomas reveals how he prepared for his adventure, which mistakes he would now be able to avoid making, and how he presents this “gap” in his resume. More of Thomas’ travel tips can be found on his blog: www.travelguide.ch.