The next Delano Live, now on 17 March, tackles the thorny topic of data protection and online privacy. We have passes to give away to this invite-only event.
Groups to join
American Luxembourg Society
The group’s main aim is to cultivate relations between Luxembourg and American people and to tighten the friendship between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the United States of America. Membership is open to anyone or any organisation, without any condition as to nationality or residence, upon request addressed to the committee.
Where: BP 293 L-2012 Luxembourg
American Women’s Club of Luxembourg
The AWCL is a non-profit, volunteer-run group serving women in Luxembourg and the surrounding region. All sorts of activities are offered and organised. The AWCL has its own clubhouse where members meet, socialise and offer language classes. The club also works to help the less fortunate in Luxembourg and around the world, so many philanthropic activities and events are part of their annual programme.
Where: 51 rue Marie-Adélaïde L-2128 Luxembourg
Phone: 44 84 77
British Ladies Club
The BLC is a non-profit organisation for women who can speak any level of English within the international community, in and around Luxembourg. The club organises regular events and has an active schedule of activities for children. The club also raises funds for various good causes, usually from Great Britain and Luxembourg. Members can subscribe to a full membership or digital membership.
Where: 239 Val des Bons-Malades L-6905 Niederanven
British Luxembourg Society
The BLS is a non-profit association which strives to deepen, maintain and develop the bonds of friendship that exist between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Great Britain. The association exists to establish and maintain good links with English speaking communities in Luxembourg, to assist with the development of English language skills, and to introduce them to British culture via evening classes, educational trips to the British Isles and social and cultural events.
Café des Langues
Members of the “language cafe” gather around a drink or a coffee to meet people, converse in their mother tongue or in a learned language and refresh or even improve their knowledge. Each table will accommodate maximum 5 to 6 people; a flag of the country where the language is spoken is used to indicate where to sit. No membership is needed, participants only pay what they consume at the meetings.
Where: 2 place des Rotondes L-2448 Luxembourg
Phone: 66 13 32 166
Democrats Abroad is the official Democratic Party arm for Americans living outside the US. The community strives to provide Americans living abroad a democratic voice in the US government and help elect democratic candidates by mobilising the overseas vote.
InterNations is an international community for people who live and work abroad, offering global networking opportunities, local events and expat information. To become a free member, an online registration is required. Members can upgrade to the Albatross membership to have access to all the services, including several live events held each month around Luxembourg. A 30-day free trial is available.
Irish Club of Luxembourg
The Irish Club of Luxembourg is a focal point for Irish activities in the grand duchy, involving both Irish people and friends of Ireland. The club organises a number of activities annually such as an annual St Patrick’s Day event, charity ball, ski trip and children’s Christmas Party.
Meetup is a network of self-organised clubs and community groups. The website allows users to organise their own local group or find meetings to better pursue hobbies, advance causes, network with peers, get health support, or just arrange a friendly playgroup for their kids. Registration is free, but a monthly fee is required to create a group, with the possibility to have a one-month free trial. Educational and non-profit groups benefit from special discounts.
Republicans Overseas provides a two-way infrastructure to keep Republicans living overseas politically well-informed while also providing a mechanism to direct the policy concerns of overseas Americans back to political leaders and presidential candidates.
Rotaract is a club sponsored by the Rotary Club for young people wishing to put their knowledge, time and skills in the service of society. In Luxembourg, members meet twice a month to discuss ideas and plan their projects and activities. The organisation has been involved in Luxembourg with Red Cross, Fondation Autisme, the refugee centre in Strassen, Relais pour la Vie (“relay race for life”, a cancer support group) and supporting charitable projects in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Website: www.rotaract luxembourg.com